When? Friday 27th October 2017, 10am - 12pm
Brede Farmer’s Market is a weekly farmer’s market which takes place in Brede village hall every Friday 10 – 12noon. It has been running for 10 years now, and is organised by Liz and Peter Stephens. The market was started to serve the local community with quality local produce, and as a tool to raise funds to keep the village hall running and to pay for its upkeep. Refreshments raise money for local charities.
You can expect to find local smoked foods, fresh game, fresh fruit and veg, homemade delicious jams/chutneys. Fresh fish from Rye, fresh bread, free range eggs, spices, local lamb, apples and apple juice, fresh local milk and cream and other seasonal items.
Boar products available from V.J. Game:
Wild boar leg joints, shoulder joints, steaks, diced for casseroles, rolled belly joints and 80% meat content sausages in varying flavours.
Haunch joints, shoulder joints, haunch steaks, loin steaks and joints, diced venison and venison sausages.
Partridges are now in season too. We also have duck breasts, guinea fowl supremes, pigeon breasts and hare is sometimes available.
All these products are available to order in advance.
Brede Village Hall
07594 660 950