It’s a jam packed market this week with a wide variety of fresh local food plus takeaways plus a new café. We also have a great choice of non-food stall selling household detergents, hand knits, scarves & shawls, antiques, second-hand books, and decluttering advice. See you on Saturday!

Outside

Sandy Lane Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit & veg, lamb & pork
Sotwell Manor Fruit Farm - sumptuous soft fruits
Heath Farm Nuts - yummy local walnuts, cob nuts, walnut oil & sometimes chestnuts
Salt Pig Co - cured meats & salamis to the highest possible standard using free-range, rare breed pigs from carefully selected local farms
Mighty Pie Co - artisan traditional hand made meat & vegetarian flat & raised pies made from local ingredients
Willowbrook Farm - free range chicken, lamb, beef, organic eggs & local honey
Crudges Cheese - range of cheeses hand made by ethical & sustainable cheese makers known personally to award winning Crudges
Mrs B's Antiques - antique jewellery & vintage household goods
Bodmash - Kullu Shawls handloom fairtrade from northern India. Fairtrade shawls from Kumaon Hills & Himachel Pradesh.
Sheepish - hand knitted & crocheted garments designed & made in Oxford, plus yarns & patterns

Inside

SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents & hair-care products
Natural Bread - handcrafted speciality breads
Mediterranean - lovely falafel, houmous, snacks & sweet treats
Raffaele Pepe - delicious Italian & Japanese food
Salad Daze - healthy salads to take away
Plantation Chocolates - hand crafted chocolates: award-winning Salted Caramels, Pralines, bars from 100% to White
Chillies2U - locally grown chillies, sauces & marinades
Brynmoor Conserves - award-winning jams, conserves & chutneys
Clear Space for Me - professional organising: practical hands on help to discharge an overwhelming excess of personal possessions
Jason's Book Box - second hand books

Market Café: Celia's Café – Dutch Street Café

Community News

Can you spare 1 hour a week to help an adult with reading difficulties? Readeasy UK, a volunteer organisation which trains volunteers to teach adults with low reading skills to read, on a one-to-one basis, are looking for people in Oxford aged over 21 who can spare 30 minutes twice a week to meet with their reader and coach them in reading skills using a phonics-based reading manual. For more info contact Alice: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 07989049140