Brede Farmers Market is held every Friday at Brede Village Hall is staffed by volunteers and has been running for eight years and operates every Friday morning throughout the year (apart from the Friday between Christmas and New Year).
There between 14 and 18 stalls supplying the basics such as meat, game, fish, bread, dairy products, preserves, fruit juice and vegetables as well as luxury items such as handmade chocolates, fudge, jewellery, cards and sometimes wine. The idea is that seasonal local food products should be available at sensible prices and in small enough quantities to meet the needs of the customers. This way we can support local farmers, cut down on food miles and provide good fresh produce.
Being able to walk to the Village Hall to buy produce grown from within a radius of 15 miles is an attractive proposition. It’s local and it’s fresh... and you can meet the producer.
We have also inadvertently created a social setting where people can sit over a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit or cake with friends. The money we take goes to local charities, or charities close to the hearts of the volunteers. The list is endless and so far totals over £8000.
We are a non profit making organisation with the table money, about £2000 a year, going directly to the Village Hall which helps to pay for it’s upkeep.
|Open All Year|
|Farmers Market (03/05/2013 - 31/05/2013)|
|Farmers Market (07/06/2013 - 28/06/2013)|
|Farmers Market (05/07/2013 - 26/07/2013)|
|Farmers Market (02/08/2013 - 30/08/2013)|
|Farmers Market (06/09/2013 - 27/09/2013)|
|Farmers Market (04/10/2013 - 25/10/2013)|
|Farmers Market (01/11/2013 - 29/11/2013)|
|Farmers Market (06/12/2013 - 27/12/2013)|
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