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What do we do?

Food direct from local farmers and producers.

Horsforth Farmers' Market has a wide range of stalls providing a rich variety of food in season from organic vegetables, meat, deli and fresh fish to eggs, cakes and chocolates! There are guest stalls, a Horsforth Matters Stall and fun activities every month. Something different is always happening and there is a lively social buzz. You will find us at the top of Town Street the first Saturday of every month 9:00am - 12:30pm.

Where?

St Margaret's C of E Primary School car park,
Town Street,
Horsforth,
Leeds LS18 5BL

Why not come along and see what's here?

Horsforth Farmers’ Market is hosted by Horsforth Churches Together.  It is a non-profit making community venture.

 

You can watch a short film about the market by clicking Film.

Our next Market will be:

4th August

Dates in 2018

January:  no market
February 3rd
March 3rd
April 7th
May 5th
June 2nd
July 7th
August 4th
September 1st
October 6th
November 3rd
December 1st
 

Guest Stalls

Yorkshire Dama

Razan and Raghid with their locally produced haloum (halloumi): Syrian-style cheese made from fresh high quality British milk.

www.yorkshiredamacheese.co.uk

East End Nurseries

Home-grown strawberries.

Lasagnas on the Road

A range of delicious lasagnas to take home ready to eat

Slow Rise Bagels

  Joining us for the first time this year, from Wakefield, are Slow Rise with their freshly made pretzels and filled bagels

Por Favour

Try their homemade unique flavours that also include something for vegans.
Delicious and very moreish gifts or well-earned treats.

http://porfavour.co.uk

Melanie's Patisserie

Entertainment

August's entertainment is provided by The Cragg Hill Blues Band.

Community Stall

The community stall this month will be highlighting the work of West Yorkshire Police.

News

August 2018

All of our regular stalls except Olianas will be at the August market.

In addition, our guest stalls will be Lasagnas on the Road, East End Nurseries, Yorkshire Dama, Por Favour, Melanie's Patisserie and Slow Rise Bagels.

The community stall is highlighting the work of the West Yorkshire Police.