Farmers’ market returns to Nailsea

PUBLISHED: 08:01 01 October 2020 | UPDATED: 13:31 01 October 2020

Bethan Walker's Simply Green Zero Waste stall at Nailsea Farmers' market in 2018.     Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Bethan Walker's Simply Green Zero Waste stall at Nailsea Farmers' market in 2018. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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The hugely popular farmers’ market is returning to Nailsea on October 17.

Somerset Farmers’ Markets is now running the monthly event, after taking over from Nailsea Town Council.

The organisation hoped to launch the new-look market in September, but due to new health and safety restrictions in light of the coronavirus pandemic, the date was put back.

The market will be launched on October 17 in High Street, and Somerset Farmers’ Markets has promised it will be ‘worth the wait’.

An abundance of fresh produce will be on offer from Barley Wood Kitchen Garden, as well as nutritious micro salads from Portishead’s Leafy Greens.

Shoppers can also pick up cheeses, meats, bread, fish, preserves, cider, beer and 
crafts.

A community stall will also be allocated to a group each month free of charge.

The market will run from 9am-1pm. To find out what traders will be there, log on to www.somersetfarmersmarkets.co.uk


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