Another farm fresh market this week including North Aston Dairy who are back of a small break and Tiddly Pommes with their hyper-local apple juice. Country Bunches will be selling more of their fantastic local flowers and Linden Chocolate Lab will have their usual delicious selection of locally made chocolate. We have our usual mix of sweet and savoury takeaways, plus Jason’s Book Box.

Outside

Sandy Lane Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit & veg, lamb & pork

Sotwell Manor Fruit Farm - sumptuous soft fruits

Tiddly Pommes - superb pressed apple juice from local fruit

Willowbrook Farm - free range chicken, lamb, beef, organic eggs & local honey

Country Bunches - flowers grown in Toot Baldon

Inside

SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents & hair-care products

North Aston Dairy - local organic milk, yoghurt, cream & ice cream, plus organic rose veal & old cow beef

Natural Bread - handcrafted speciality breads

Mediterranean - lovely falafel, houmous, snacks & sweet treats

Raffaele Pepe - delicious Italian & Japanese food

Salad Daze - healthy salads to take away

Moorish Bar - authentic & mouth-watering Middle Eastern dishes influenced by Persian Cuisine, The Levant & The Mediterranean

Shand's Cakes - homemade tasty cakes & treats

Linden Chocolate Lab - a micro-batch chocolate company based in Oxford, their chocolate is passionately crafted to deliver a rich & unique taste profile fused with health benefits & only a small amount of sugar

Jason's Book Box - second hand books

Community News

It’s festival time again with the annual arts and music festival, 3-4 August run by market regular Willowbrook Farm. The festival includes evening only tickets for locals at £15 for the Saturday musical acts, from 6 - 10pm. More info: www.willowbrookfarm.co.uk/Festival

Please sign the petition to support Hempen, a local co-operative run hemp farm who are occasional visitors to the market. They are campaigning to protect the future of UK hemp farming for the health of people, community and planet. You may have seen national news stories about them this week because they are being forced to destroy their crop – a crop that they use to make supplements, oils and superfoods. For more info and to sign the petition: go to www.change.org and search for “Change the Hemp License Hypocrisy