This week we welcome Spurtle & Spoon, a new stall delicious sweet treats promoting their pop-up breakfast & brunch bar. Wildman Environmental are back with books and CDs on wildlife gardening, and Country Bunches are with us for the second week in a row selling beautiful locally grown flowers. North Aston will have steaks, joints, stews & mince from a retired dairy cow and Sotwell Manor Fruit will have fresh, local raspberries & gooseberries. Plus we have our usual favourites, takeaways, and the market café.

Outside

Sandy Lane Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit & veg, lamb & pork
Sotwell Manor Fruit Farm - sumptuous raspberries and gooseberries
Tiddly Pommes - superb pressed apple juice from local fruit
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
Country Bunches - flowers grown in Toot Baldon
Oxford Delhi - Indian curries & snacks

Inside

SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents & hair-care products
North Aston Dairy - local organic milk, yoghurt, cream & ice cream, plus organic rose veal & old cow steaks, joints, stews & mince
Natural Bread - 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
Ellie's Kitchen - Greek savoury & sweet pies: authentically traditional, homemade & delicious
Spurtle & Spoon - Focus on better breakfasting, minimising sugar, maximising taste, simple, fresh ingredients local where possible
Brynmoor Conserves - award-winning jams, conserves & chutneys
Wildman Environmental Learning - wildlife gardening books & CDs
Jason's Book Box - second hand books

Market Café: Raffaele Pepe Café

 

Market News

This summer, Rupert of market regular Tiddly Pommes will be cycling 1000 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats to raise money for Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

Back in 2014, Rupert and his bicycle were involved in a high-speed collision with a car at Brill, and he is only alive thanks to the work of MJ Slabbert and her air ambulance team who performed life-saving surgery at the scene before airlifting him to the John Radcliffe.

Each air ambulance trip costs £2,500 and the service receives no state aid, so Rupert is aiming to raise £5,000. If you are able to donate £10 or more, he will give you a special edition bottle of Tiddly Pommes juice, dedicated to the air ambulance. Special edition bottles are available this week!

Please donate at the market, or on his Just Giving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rupert-griffin