Newsletter November 2008:
Farmers' Market Special
Farmers' Market at Scarborough College
Sunday 23rd November
10am to 1pm
Scarborough College, Filey Road
Sports Hall and Junior School car park
Scarborough College is setting up a Farmers' Market for Scarborough on a non-profit-making basis. The first one is this Sunday, 23 November 2008 from 10am to 1pm.
For more information, please contact James Davies on 01723 360620 or email email@example.com
Staintondale Country Market
Staintondale Village Hall
Saturday 6th December
11am to 3pm
A range of local fruit & vegetatble growers, bakers and meat producers (within a 30-mile radius of Staintondale) will be selling their goods in a warm, indoor Christmas-themed country market at Staintondale Village Hall. Refreshments will be served.
Ryedale Farmers' Market
Sheep Shed at Malton Cattle Market
Saturday 29th November & Saturday 20th December (Christmas Market)
Wykeham Christmas Farmers' Market
Friday 19th December
8am to 1pm
The special Christmas market will take place on the 19th December, at the usual place next to the Downe Arms, with free car parking. The hotel will be serving morning coffees and seasonal lunches for shoppers wishing to make a day of it. Wykeham Tearooms will also be open for more seasonal fayre and Hearts & Flowers (the florist) will be open next door with a selection of wreaths, flowers and gifts.
Wykeham Game is now in season and on sale at the market. Poultry, beef, pork and lamb for Christmas can be ordered from the traders before the 19th December.
For sale at the Christmas Market: Wykeham Game • Meat • Poultry • Fish • Cheeses • Fruit & Vegetables • Breads & Pastries • Olive Oil • Products • Jams & Chutneys • Seasonal Plants & Flowers • Arts & Crafts • Natural Beauty Products
The regular Friday Wykeham Farmers' Market resumes on 2 January 2009. For more information, please contact Carolyn Jackson on 01723 866600
And one to look forward to:
Hares Leap farm shop and country delicatessen
Opening February 2009
Jon Smith, proprietor of Pepper's Restaurant, writes:
"Kath and I live at Flatts Farm in Burniston, on the coastal road, and building work has started on our new venture, Hares Leap farm shop and country delicatessen. We will be opening in February and will be selling our unique range of pates and terrines, charcuterie, chutneys,pies, fresh daily baked bread, ready meals and a whole host of other gourmet delights all made on the premises. (It will be quite different to any farm shop you have ever seen!)
"As well as having a full working butchery and purpose-built smokehouse, we will be specialising in game and selling our own farm-produced free-range poultry (geese/turkeys) rare-breed pork and duck and hen eggs."
11 York Place