The farmers market is back in West Malling this coming Sunday 25 February between 9.30 and 1.30
Some of the great producers due to attend this month include:
Bookhams with their cheese and butter
The Brownie Edit by The Chocolate Hut with their Biscoff Brownies and M & M Brownies plus more
Simply True Jewellery with their wicker hearts and newly made jewellery
Boughton Alpaca with their hats, wristwarmers and neck warmers plus bags of fleece for nesting birds]
Whisk will have vegan cakes, gluten free cakes and salads
Arcade Fisheries will have scallops available
Plus lots more food, drink and craft stalls.
In addition our charity stall this month is Ightham Mote who will be explaining about the different opportunities available to volunteer at Ightham Mote
A big thank you to everyone who visited the first West Malling Farmers Market of 2018. It was great to see so many loyal and regular customers plus some new faces too. We hope you enjoyed your visit.
The farmers market is back again on Sunday 25 February 2018 when Bookhams Cheese, Dulce Patisserie and The French Deli should be back with us too.
We’re sending our best wishes to Rosemary from Boughton Alpaca who wasn’t well enough to attend yesterday and hope all the other stallholders who have been struggling with illnesses are feeling better soon
Happy New Year!
The first farmers market of 2018 in West Malling will take place on Sunday 28 January. We’re pleased to confirm that at the January farmers market Thomas Cookie should be back with us, along with some of our other favourite stallholders including
Precious Porkers – locally reared pork
Pine Trees Farm – local apples and a range of locally brewed ciders (blackcurrant cider comes highly recommended)
Villagers Sausages – locally made sausages including the famous Ken ‘n’ Eddies
V J Game – with venison and lots of other game including game sausages
Arcade Fisheries – with some lovely local guarnard, fresh scallops, dressed crabs, oak smoked haddock and their famous smoked prawns.
Kent Collection will be bringing a selection of salamis and dry cured hams, along side smoked bacon, smoked chicken and smoked wood pigeon
Brays Bees – honey from local bee hives and other bee related items
We are also pleased to confirm that The Copper Rivet Distillary based at Chatham Dockside will be attending as a guest stall too
Plus lots more stalls
Cards with the 2018 dates on will also be available to pick up at the Farmers Market