Daventry Farmers' Market Poster 18th September 2021

Daventry Farmers' Market 2021

Daventry Town Council invite you along to our second Farmers' Market where we will have an array of artisan food related stalls to tantalise your taste buds and get your creative cooking juices flowing!

We are inviting along a whole host of stallholders selling food related products that you can take away with you on the day to eat, cook, prepare, or use at home.

Ranging from: Cheeses - Cured Meats - Olives - Pesto - Oils - Dressings - Marinades - Spices - Jerky - Homereared Meats - Smoked Fish - Pies - Breads - Pasties - Ciders - Beers - Wines - Gins - Chutneys - Pickles - Mustards - Jams - Honeys - Marmalades - Cookies - Muffins - Doughnuts - Cakes - Chocolates - Fudges - Sweets – Brownies - Biscuits - Cookware – Kitchenware - Baskets - Aprons - and more! *

While you visit Daventry you can stay for something to eat at one of the many cafes and restaurants in town.

Daventry also boasts a wide variety of amazing independent shops for you to see. Visit Discover Daventry for more information. The High Street will be closed on the day and stalls will be spread out along the whole of the High Street to allow for social distancing.

We asked everyone to remember to:

- Be Kind and remember to keep your social distance
- Advised not to attend if you are shielding, self-isolating or have Covid-19 symptoms
- Follow the latest government guidelines relating to covid-19


This market was funded and organised by Daventry Town Council.

* Please note - stalls and products subject to change without prior notice. Please check car park signage as charges may apply after certain time limits.

Farmers' Market Gallery 2020

bakery stall with unicorn biscuits
Bonnie Lau stall
Beeswax candles
Wharf gin
fresh bread
jars of honey
chocolate bars
Brockelby pies
wooden chopping boards
quiches and scotch eggs
trader talking to customer wearing face mask
jars of james and chutneys
stall holder slicing smoked salmon
Balkan pottery stall
chocolate pizza

Last updated: Wed, 20 Oct 2021 09:50