Teme Vally Market

Everyone talks about Farmersí Markets as though they have always been about. In fact the movement is barely twenty years old and the Teme Valley Market was one of the originals.

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It was opened in October 1998 at The Talbot with four stalls in what was the ballroom. There are now about thirty stalls at the front of The Talbot come hail or shine. (In 2001 it had to close for three months for Foot & Mouth and one month had to migrate to Ankerdine Barn because of floods)

There are stalls at each market selling apple juice, beer and ciders, handmade fudge and chocolates, cakes, cheeses, fruit, honey, meat, charcuterie, scotch eggs, fresh fish, pickles and preserves, pot grown herbs, plants, olives, delicatessen, ready made meals, vegetables, varietal potatoes, wine, asparagus, cherries, strawberries, apples and pears when in season. Together with craft stalls including hand forged iron work, knitting, cushions, wood-turning, jewellery, soap and bath products. And it is all made nearby!

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Teme Vally Market
The Talbot at Knightwick