Matching Charity

Farmer's Market

*profits support our Village Hall

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FARMERS MARKET

2021 Market Dates:-

16th January

20th February

20th March

17th April

15th May

19th June

17th July

21st August

18th September

16th October

20th November

18th December

It is not clear in view of current restrictions where the Market can be held from month to month and it is important, even for local people, to be on the confidential E-mail system so that you are kept up to date on venue, times etc.

FREE ENTRY

Our Farmer's Market is run by volunteers for the benefit of Matching Village Hall Registered Charity No 301366.  We celebrated our 13th Birthday in October 2020, so you can see that the Market is well established.

We concentrate on locally produced fresh food and drink as the main focus of the Market.  This supports the local economy and, where possible, the local community.  Quality craft and plant stalls add variety to the Market.

We hope that the quality of the food and crafts on offer will please you.  Buying free range, locally reared meat and, where possible, other freshly prepared food from local producers at reasonable prices, reducing food miles and food packaging, is what it is all about.

We regret that refreshments cannot be served as things stand but we shall start them again when regulations allow.

If you have any questions or comments on the Farmer's Market, please contact Don Cramphorm, Market Co-Ordinator on 01279 731312 or by email on or matchingvillagehall@gmail.com.

Stall Holders

Fish

Gone Fishing

Fresh and smoked fish, plus seafood in season - sourced fresh from the Essex Coast.

Lamb, mutton and woollen products.

Pork, gammon, sausages, bacon and other pork products.

Pies and pasties made by Essex Larders, Dunmow and many varieties of cheese.

Lamb, mutton and woollen products.

Pork, gammon, sausages, bacon and other pork products.

Carpenter & Joiner

Richard Kidger

Items in wood for home and garden by Richard Kidger from Much Hadham.

Pies and pasties made by Essex Larders, Dunmow and many varieties of cheese.

Pickles

Moggies Pickles & Preserves

Pickles and preserves from Bishop's Stortford, Herts.

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Knitted goods

Doreen Chapman

Variety of knitted goods, toys and gifts.

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Jewellery

Lorraine Cray

Home made jewellery.

Indian Food

Samosa Shack

Homemade Indian food and snacks.

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Bric-a-Brac

Matching Friendly Club

All sorts of bric-a-brac sold by Hilma Summerfield for Matching Friendly Club.

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Veg & Fruit & Veg Plants

Ian Keast

Vegetable and in-season fruit as well as vegetable plants.

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