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 are specialists in cooked meats, pies and sausages, which are now available online: http://www.allumsbutchers.co.uk/shop-online/

Jonathan Allum writes:

"The business was started in 1945 by Albert Allum, in Wakefield Market, and has been in the family for three generations. Meat was rationed to Albert and he was the first to sell heifers (female cattle).
 
If he had sold bulls (male cattle), it would have enabled him to sell more meat. The concept of quality not quantity was born.

Today I run the business from our two modern shop premises, ensuring fresh produce for our online butchers.

Product quality is of the utmost importance and to achieve this we engage in solid working practices and solid relationships with our suppliers who produce the type of meat we demand. Consistent standards are important in the sourcing and manufacturing of our meat as this helps achieve customer satisfaction.

All carcasses are hand prepared on the premises, by our knowledgeable skilled staff, to ensure the product is of the very best quality and taste."

Our next Market will be:

OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

7th November 2020

Horsforth Farmers' Market is delighted to announce that we are open in November! We have had to make some changes so please note the new opening time of 0930-1230 and continue in the new location of the grounds of St. Margaret's Church, Church Lane.

2020 Market dates

No market:
in January
1 February
7 March

 

4 July
1 August
5 September
3 October
7 November
5 December

Guest Stalls

Tricky Dickies

Richard with his range of delicious sticky toffee puddings

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Yorkshire Dama

Yorkshire Halloumi cheese, selling "Squeaky Cheese."

Website: www.yorkshiredamacheese.co.uk

Twitter: @YorkshireCheese

Facebook: Yorkshire Dama Cheese

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

Entertainment

The entertainment in November will be music provided by Rhythm Aire.

Community Stall

Our community guest in November will be Horsforth Walk of Art.

News

As a result of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic we have put a number of measures in place for the November Market to ensure that all our customers, stallholders and volunteers remain safe. For the forseeable future, because of the current social distancing guidelines, we have moved to the grounds of St.Margaret's Church where it should prove easier to ensure a safe shopping experience for our customers, stallholders and volunteers.

You are asked not to attend if you have any of the COVID-19 symptoms, i.e. high temperature, a new continuous cough and/or change in taste or sense of smell.

Everyone attending the market will be asked to comply with social distancing guidelines and we will be operating a one-way system round the stalls, with managed queues to limit the number of customers in the market at any one time.

Household groups are welcome but we ask all households to remain together. We will provide hand sanitiser upon entry to and exit from the market and encourage all customers to use contactless methods of payment where possible. Customers are asked to only touch the stall items that they are definitely going to buy.

We plan to have a total of 21 stalls covering a wide range of products and look forward to welcoming you to our new site at the slightly later starting time of 09:30. Last entry to the market will be 12:30.