May 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Jun 1 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Jul 6 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Jul 13 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Jul 27 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Aug 3 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Aug 10 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Sep 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Sep 14 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Sep 28 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Oct 5 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Oct 12 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Oct 26 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Nov 2 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Nov 9 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Nov 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Dec 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Dec 14 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Dec 21 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.  
Jan 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Jan 11 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Jan 25 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Feb 1 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Feb 8 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Feb 22 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Mar 7 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Morpeth Market Place
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place on the first Saturday of each month running from 9am – 3pm. There is no farmers’ market in January, so the first farmers’ market of 2019 will be Saturday 2nd February Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council, Morpeth and District Chamber of Trade and other local organisations through the Morpeth market working group. Although farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must: Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away Only sell their own produce, and Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme – look out for the identifying badges.
Mar 14 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’s Market is a twice monthly farmers’s market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
Mar 28 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Hexham
Hexham Farmers’ Market is a twice monthly farmers’ market based in the historic market town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our aim is to offer our customers a wide range of fresh, locally produced artisan breads of a high quality and at a fair price. We encourage our producers to use ingredients that have been grown or reared within the region too. You will usually find somewhere about 20 stalls selling a wide range of meats, vegetables, breads and pies, soups, jams and pickles, cakes and cordials and many other products. All our products are produced within 50 miles of Hexham and you will always find someone on the stall who can tell you about the product they’re selling. After all, they are the producers of the foods and are passionate about what they do.
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