West Bridgford Farmers’ Market 2017

West Bridgford Farmers Market
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The thriving farmers’ market takes place on the Croquet Lawn in Central Avenue, West Bridgford on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, from 08:30 to 13:30.

West Bridgford Farmers Market

It’s a great place to spend some time and many stalls of local produce are on display, including fresh vegetables, fresh meat and fish, mushrooms, various breads, cheeses and many other products including hand-made chocolates, sauces, honey, soaps and flours. Burgers and sausages are available as fast food, including Bison Burgers!

At every West Bridgford Farmers Market there are over 30 stalls, many of whom are listed below. There are many others that also attend. Where else would you have the opportunity to speak to the producers and get to know about the food that you are eating.

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West Bridgford Farmers MarketMany of them even encourage you to visit their premises and see how animals are raised, flour is milled, and even soap making courses are held. We are all passionate about what we produce and how we produce it and are more than happy to share this knowledge with you.

West Bridgford Farmers Market takes place on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month (be careful not to get caught out by a five week month). The market is held on the Croquet Lawn on Central Avenue from 8.30am to 1.30pm.

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2017

January 14th and 28th

February 11th and 25th

March 11th and 25th

April 8th and 22nd

May 13th and 27th

June 10th and 24th

July 8th and 22nd

August 12th and 26th

September 9th and 23rd

October 7th and 21st

November 11th and 25th

December 9th and 23rd

For stall enquiries please contact Ruth at Bouverie Lodge on 01664 822 114

1 COMMENT

  1. The West Bridgford Wire is excellent.
    Good, down-to-Earth local journalism.
    In 1959 I joined the Warrington Guardian weekly newspaper as a local reporter before volunteering for the RAF in 1962. I was a Senior Aircraftman (SAC) aircraft flight mechanic; followed by Junior Technician, Corporal Technician and acting Senior Technician (acting rank of Sargent). I worked on propeller and jet aircraft, including Vulcan B Mk2A and the Lightning FMk6 in the middle east and European theatres of operations (Cold War stuff and middle east terrorism).
    What surprised me was the Romans had been in the same areas 2000-3000 years before
    we arrived. There were Roman coins and artefacts just below the surface, which were surrendered to the Cypriot Government.
    Oh happy days, great times with great buddies.
    Alas, gone for ever.
    I like West and East Bridgford, pity WB isn’t on a tram route because I would visit it regularly. Driving across Trent Bridge and parking is a nightmare. Your WB ASDA is an excellent supermarket.
    With kind regards
    Joe Forster age 72+

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