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Next market Saturday 26th November 2016
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West Kirby Farmers' Market
On the 4th Saturday in every month
Time: 9am to 1pm
Venue: St Andrew's Church Hall, Graham Road,
West Kirby CH48 5DE.
Our aim is to have as many unique, genuine local producers as possible, offering a wide diversity of high quality produce, with a maximum of 2 in any category.
We're delighted to be offering a huge range of produce, including lots of both meat and veggie options, cheeses and yogurts, local vegetables, local fish, breads and patisserie, local fruit and fruit juices, honey, peanut butters and preserves, organics, patés, cakes and bakes, olives, coffee and chocolates, beers, pies and sausages, eggs & smoked foods.
Contact email addresses:
New producers - email@example.com
General - firstname.lastname@example.org
What do local people want to buy?
Click on the image below to see more clearly what local people say they want to buy at West Kirby Farmers' Market.
Veggie Fayre Beetroot Hummus in the making - using local organic beetroot.
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Handmade sourdough loaves from Little Eye Bakery of West Kirby - see producers page for contact details.
*19th March (3rd Sat this month)
*17th December (3rd Sat this month)
What is a 'local producer'?We will use the strict selling criteria of farmers' markets - The produce sold at West Kirby Farmers' Market should have been grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed locally, and is sold to you either by the producer or someone directly involved with production.
|Last updated: 22 Nov 2016|