The Clays Organic Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit and veg
Coopers Oxford Pork - selection of local free-range pork, sausages and bacon - and sausage rolls!
Tiddly Pommes - superb pressed apple juice from local fruit
Willowbrook Organic Farm - organic chicken & lamb, organic eggs, free range beef, local honey and more

Cotswold Curer - award winning British Free Range Charcuterie
Jaunty Shopper - ethical home ware, fair trade teas and coffees
Homesown - homegrown small plants and flowers
Jericho Coffee Traders - premium coffee roasted in Jericho and served from a vivid turquoise tuk-tuk van

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
Simply Foods 2 Go - Filipino Fusion food
Taste of Poland - traditional homemade preserves and snacks 
Ellie's Kitchen - Greek savoury and sweet pies: authentically traditional, home made and delicious
Shand's Cakes - home made tasty cakes and treats
Once Bitten - artisan biscuits, flapjacks, fudge and more 
Plantation Chocolates - hand crafted chocolates
Make. Do. Mend. - all your sewing alterations, repairs and commissions

Café Asia

Full breakfast with mushrooms, beans, poached egg and lamb sausage
Chickpea pulao with vegetable pakora and fresh rita
Chicken mango malai with pulao
Veg manchori with pulao rice
Aloo chop
Lamb samosa
Apple tart

To drink: tea, coffee, fresh mint tea, berry smoothie, banana milkshake and fresh mango lassi

Great to have two of our excellent newer stalls back this week. Homesown with their lovely home-grown small plants and Once Bitten with Jo's fantastic biscuits, fudge and macarons. Nodene of Shands Cakes is also back this week with more of her lovely cakes and brownies.

Many of you will probably be unaware that Maria of Make Do Mend not only mends and alters your clothes and soft furnishings but also marks and helps set exam board standards for GCSE Textiles. Unfortunately her examining responsibilities have meant she has to change her schedule this month: she will be at the market this week instead of next week (7th May). She asked us to forward her apologies for messing up the schedule.

Finally, as a co-operative owned by local residents, volunteers and stallholders, the market holds an annual members' meeting each year to report back on our last year's performance. We also elect the new management committee, all volunteers, for the coming year. The next annual members' meeting will be on Monday, 16 May 2016, from 7.30-9.30pm at the Old Music Hall, 106-108 Cowley Road. All members welcome, please bring your 2016 membership card!

Community News

Oxford Bee Fest 2016

Saturday 7 May, Oxford Natural History Museum, Parks Road

Includes the 2nd Oxford Bee Summit (10.00am - 1.00pm, free, registration required via Eventbrite) and stalls and activities for all (2.00pm – 5.00pm).