Morpeth’s Farmers’ Market returns this Saturday [November 5], bringing an array of delicious locally sourced food and produce to shoppers looking for some autumnal favourites.
The market will be held from 9am to 3pm within the Market Place and will include regular traders such as Murphy’s Pie Kitchen with their delicious pies, sausage rolls and scones, Northern Ark and Kitty’s Ginger Wine.
Breads and Roses will also be returning with their fabulous selection of freshly baked breads and Jimmy the Lamb Man will be back after selling out at Morpeth Food & Drink Festival last month.
If you’re a fan of a scotch egg, then you don’t want to miss out this weekend, as the The Yolker will be joining the line-up, with a range of flavours from traditional pork to the quirkier onion bhaji.
Lottie Thompson, Sandersons Arcade Centre Manager, said: “Morpeth Farmers’ Market is an event celebrating amazing produce from all of our wonderful local independent producers and there are some really unique products for shoppers to choose from that won’t be found anywhere else.”
Other familiar traders you can also expect to see include Georgie Bangers, Ridleys Fish and Game and Bake for The Soul with their mouth-watering cakes and brownies.
If you fancy something a little cosier this autumn season, you can warm up with a coffee from Caribe Coffee Van and feed that sweet tooth with a very large strawberry tart from Casa Mia.
Moorhouse Farm Shop will also be attending with a selection of fresh, locally sourced meats.
The monthly Farmers’ Market takes place on the first Saturday of every month and is one of a full programme of markets organised and delivered throughout the year by the Morpeth Markets team including the weekly Wednesday Market and the Morpeth Makers Market.
Keep an eye on the Sanderson Arcade website www.sandersonarcade.co.uk to find out more about what’s happening in Morpeth throughout November and December in the build-up to Christmas.
Morpeth Market is managed by Northumberland County Council and Sanderson Arcade, working in partnership with Morpeth Town Council.