This week all our stalls will be outside while the hall floor is being repaired. Along with our wonderful regulars it’s a Crudges Cheese and Brynmoor Conserves week, plus we have locally grown flowers from Country Bunches. Our takeaways this week are Mediterranean, Taste of Poland, and Naturally Sweet are back with their salad boxes, as well as sweet treats from Shand’s Cakes. The market café is the Italian themed Raffaele Pepe Café with food to eat in or take away.

Sandy Lane Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit & veg, lamb & pork

Crudges Cheese - award-winning sustainable local cheeses made using goat, sheep & cows' milk

Country Bunches - flowers grown in Toot Baldon

Jericho Coffee Traders - premium coffee roasted in Jericho

SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents & hair-care products

North Aston Dairy - organic local milk, cream, yoghurt, & welfare-friendly rose veal. Ice cream during summer.

Natural Bread Company - handcrafted speciality breads

Mediterranean - lovely falafel, houmous, snacks & sweet treats

Taste of Poland - traditional homemade preserves including sour cabbage, sour gherkins, pickled veg, & takeaway snacks 

Naturally Sweet - Seasonal salad boxes

Shand's Cakes - homemade tasty cakes & treats

Brynmoor Conserves - award-winning jams, conserves & chutneys

Jason's Book Box - second hand books

Market Café: Raffaele Pepe Café

Market News

Do you have a gazebo you can lend the market during August? We need a couple more gazebos whilst the market is outside during vital repairs to the hall floor. We have secure storage at the school and they’ll be well looked after.

Market stallholder Hilary Squire is running an evening workshop on Growing Cut Flowers in the City on 6th September. Contact Hilary to

Community News

The Earth Trust 10K is back after a break last year. The cross-country run will take place on Sunday 10th September through wildflower meadows, woodland, farmland, and along the Thames, ending with a hike up the iconic Wittenham Clumps. There is also a Children’s Fun Run. For more info