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Meats, cheeses, breads, vegetables, art work, jams & preserves, baked goods, fresh herbs, oils, teas and homemade drinks are just some of the things you’ll find at this lovely local’s farmers’ market. Some of the bigger and more accommodating locations nearby include Castle Car Park (GUI 3RW) on Town Path near to the Holy Trinity Church of England and Leapale Road Car Park (GU1 4JX) near the corner of College Road and Leapale Lane.There are a number of smaller car parks in the area, as well.
It’s run by Phil Slade who, after living in the region for three years, decided that the villagers’ remarkable craft skills warranted a wider audience, and began importing items to sell in Farmers’ markets.If you like their biltong and want more, but you can’t wait a month for the next market, you can also purchase it from their website.Web: Email: [email protected] is a cheese stall offering award winning cheeses produced from their own milk.This means that their eggs are considerably fresher than the majority of the supermarket alternatives.Between them, Paul and Sheila Flashman look after 6,000 free-range hens laying around 5,000 eggs per day, enabling them to offer a wide selection of sizes.Their Sussex Charmer cheese won the gold medal at the Nantwich International Cheese Awards in 2014 for ‘Best Modern British Cheese’, the silver medal for ‘Best Speciality Cheese’ and the bronze medal for ‘Best Hard Pressed Cheese’; quite a haul for one cheese!
In addition to their Sussex Charmer, they sell their Twineham Grange Cheese, unique for being the only British cheese of its type to be approved by the Vegetarian Society.
Every one of their family kitchens has been assessed and either meets or exceeds Government standards.
Produce from Country Markets is not only delicious, it is local and homemade, and it is also produced to the very highest food hygiene standards.
Web: Email: [email protected]: 01932 860 271 Better known simply as Secretts, this company have been growing quality vegetables and salad in Surrey since 1908.
The stall offers an impressive range of fresh produce, grow on their own Milford farm, and sold at competitive rates.
What’s on offer is partly dependant on what is in season and on the availability of locally sourced ingredients, but many products, such as their marmalades, are available throughout the year.