Farmers’ market is growing

Bowland Farmners Market
Bowland Farmners Market

A MONTHLY Bowland Farmers’ Market and Craft Fair held at the Tithe Barn at Browsholme Hall is continuing to grow.

The next event, taking place this Sunday, August 7th, from 10 a.m to 4 p.m, will feature the wares of more than 20 producers and craftspeople from the Ribble Valley. Coming to the market for the first time will be Bill and Sue Sanders – a trug and coppice craftsman and wood turner.

There will also be mouthwatering meats from Dalesbred, Reedy’s Naturally Jams and Preserves (who supply Browsholme’s “Bowbearer” jams), famous Morecambe Bay shrimps from James Baxter and Sons, fruit and vegetables from Marie McGuire, Leagram Dairy’s organic cheeses, Champagne Cakes and Farakhan’s popular range of Indian foods.

Crafts will include bespoke silver and precious stone jewellery by Coco and Me, Derek Malcomb’s wooden gift range and glassware jewellery and gifts from the Glass Dandelion. Those hunting for something special for the house or garden will find Holden Clough nursery and antiques from Sue Spence and Janet Baines.

“Our Bowland Farmers Market has become an established feature of the Lancashire Food scene”, said Robert Parker, owner of Browsholme Hall.

“It is also an excellent day out as visitors can also enjoy walking in the landscaped gardens and have a guided tour of the Hall, with cream teas and refreshments available in the Tithe Barn.”

You will find the Tithe Barn at Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe Road, Cow Ark, Clitheroe, BB7 3DE. Entry is £1 and more information can be found online at: www.browsholme.com