The Clays Organic Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit and veg

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

Crudges Cheese - award-winning local organic cheeses made using goat, sheep and cows' milk

Coopers Oxford Pork - selection of local free-range pork, sausages and bacon - and sausage rolls!

Bibury Trout Farm – fresh local trout fillets, quiches, pates and more

Jaunty Shopper - ethical home ware, fair trade teas and coffees

LAM Brewing - local hand-crafted quality beers from a tiny brewery in Sandford on Thames

Pukeko Coffee - premium coffee roasted in Jericho and served from a vivid turquoise tuk-tuk van


Natural Bread Company - handcrafted speciality breads

SESI Food Refilling Station - fairtrade, organic and local dried foods, e.g. fruit, sugar, oats, pulses and rice

SESI Household Refilling Station - refill empty bottles of hair-care products and household detergents

Mediterranean - freshly made snacks and take away foods

Rich Pickings - ultimate pâtés and terrines made from the best local ingredients

TBC - Brynmoor Conserves - award-winning jams, conserves and chutneys

Ellie's Kitchen - Greek savoury and sweet pies: authentically traditional, home made and delicious

The Oxford Delhi - Indian savouries and snacks

Home Baked by Annabel - delicious homemade cakes

Plantation Chocolates - hand crafted chocolates

Make. Do. Mend. - all your sewing alterations, repairs and commissions

Mrs B's Antiques & Odds-N-Ends - antique jewellery and vintage household goods

Ingrid's Bistro

Eggs Rancheros
B.L.T Bap
Mushroom and potato Frittata with red pepper coulis
Butternut Squash and coconut soup
Tarte Tatin
Chocolate and Chesnut Torte (Gluten free)
Plum and Almond square

We are thrilled to welcome back Ingrid to the market café this week. After a break of a year or so it will be a delight to have her Gallic flair back in the kitchen – and this Saturday's menu looks like just the thing for a wet February weekend. However, I'm afraid the agony of no North Aston Dairy persists again this week but top dairyman, Josh, says 'things have really picked up so we’’ll definitely be there the following week unless there’s any unforeseen problems'.

Next week – Reuse and sustainability centre Bicester Green are running a 'Restart Party' - a small electricals repair stand. Bring along your broken radios, lamps, or anything else not working properly and Bicester Greens experts will attempt to fix it. Please note full working order is not guaranteed! But they hope to save some things from being thrown away.

Fancy working at the market? We are looking for a new cleaner and outside stall putter-uppers. The cleaning shift pays £15, takes roughly 60 minutes and starts at 1pm just as the market closes. Outside stall technicians get paid £20 per Saturday and the work involves constructing the stalls between 8.15-9.15am and taking them down between 1.15-2pm. Either would be perfect for someone who lives close by or attends the market regularly. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested.

Community News

Sandford Talking Shop Community Share Offer

A fellow community-run market over in Sandford-on-Thames has launched a share offer to raise funds to open a permanent village shop and café. If you are looking for somewhere positive to put some money take a look at their lovely website to see all the amazing things they already do – and read about their exciting plans.