We are a local artisan bakery and workers co-op. All our bread is slow-fermented and made by hand using organic flour, in our small Leeds-based bakery. We are passionate about making great tasting bread that is good for people, and is made using simple, high quality ingredients, organic and local where possible.

We bake a range of sourdough bread, from white sourdough, to German-style 100% rye bread, and also offer non-sourdough breads such as ciabatta loaves and our deli rye, a mild rye loaf combined with caraway seeds. We also make doughnuts, filled with either custard or jam. In all cases, the dough is fermented, hand-shaped and made using as many organic ingredients as possible.

As a values-led enterprise, we aim to provide an ethical and enjoyable livelihood for all our workers whilst reducing the environmental impact of the bread we produce.

We are based on the co-op values of democracy, self-help, self-responsibility, equality, equity and solidarity. We aim for a non-hierarchical workplace where empowerment of workers, care of the community and collective self-reliance are at the core of how we function.

Website: www.leedsbread.coop
Facebook: Leeds Bread Co-op
Twitter: @LeedsBreadCoop
Telephone: 0113 262 5155

Allums Butcher shop, Wakefield

Allums Butchers

This renowned butcher from Wakefield will be bringing their pork, steak and chicken pies plus Cornish Pasties and Sausage Rolls.

  Sausage rolls and cornish pasties

Our Pork Pies

Church View Farm Eggs

Church View Farm Eggs

From our Wakefield farm, we have been selling free range hen, duck & goose eggs egg varieties for over fifty years.

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Lasagnas on the Road

A range of delicious lasagnas to take home ready to eat

Luddenden Valley Wines

Locally produced, hand crafted small batch fruit & country wines and gin liqueurs.

The list can vary depending on what we have sold out of/bottled recently. This often depends on how good or bad the harvest was, how big the batch was and also what is ready at any particular time of year. On average we should have about 12-14 wines and 4-8 gin liqueurs. We may have an occasional vodka liqueur too, as we make a small batch with our Morello cherries every year.

www.luddendenvalleywines.co.uk

Dates in 2019

No market
in January
2 February
2 March
6 April
4 May
1 June
6 July
3 August
7 September
5 October
2 November
7 December