Sandy Lane Farm  - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit and veg, lamb and pork
Bibury Trout Farm - local trout; fresh and smoked plus some lovely pate's and tarts
Willowbrook Organic Farm - organic chicken & lamb, eggs, free range beef and local honey
Crudges Cheese - award-winning local organic cheeses made using goat, sheep and cows' milk
LAM Brewing - local hand-crafted quality beers from a tiny brewery in Sandford on Thames
TBC - Orchard Cottage Cider Company - delicious cider made from Chalgrove apples
Jericho Coffee Traders - premium coffee roasted in Jericho and served from a vivid turquoise tuk-tuk
SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents and hair-care products
North Aston Dairy - organic local milk, cream and welfare-friendly rose veal
Natural Bread Company - handcrafted speciality breads
Mediterranean - lovely falafel, houmous, snacks and sweet treats
Raffaele Pepe - delicious Italian food
TBC - Salad Daze - healthy salads to take away
Taste of Poland - traditional homemade preserves and snacks 
Home Baked by Annabel - delicious homemade cakes  (inc. gluten-free)
Plantation Chocolates - hand crafted chocolates
Brynmoor Conserves - award-winning jams, conserves and chutneys
Mrs B's Antiques - antique jewellery and vintage household goods
Hayley's Kitchen 
Asparagus with Poached Eggs and Tarragon butter
Coopers BLT
Eggs, Baked Beans & Haluumi Breakfast
Seasonal tart 'a la Sandy Lane Farm'
Gluten, sugar and dairy free treats
Market News
The national 'Love Your Local Market' fortnight started this week. We have much to celebrate in Oxford - with an impressive eight regular markets dotted around and about the city, many of them community-run and focussing on local produce like our own. Throughout the fortnight we've been posting the stories of the producers (all within 30 miles) that make our markets great on our Facebook and Twitter profiles. Please share your love of our markets by sharing the posts!

This week's selection of stalls is a great example of why our city is such a great place to live and eat. Vegetables grown in Tiddington; eggs laid near Kidlington; coffee roasted in Jericho and cheese made from Cotswolds milk as well as fantastic curries, falafel, bread, cakes, jams and more all made within or near our city. We really want to use the opportunity the 'Love Your Local Market' fortnight offers us to expand the number of people enjoying our market - so please tell your friends, forward this email on and use social media to spread the love.    

Community News

Saturday 21 May, 12noon-2:30pm at East Oxford Community Centre
Come eat, chat and share for peace ~ Some ingredients come from the Oxford Food Bank, food which otherwise could go to waste! All welcome! http://uk.iofc.org/creators-of-peace
Saturday May 21st.  11am – 4pm
May Blossom day and plant share
Barracks Lane Community Garden