One of Clitheroe’s best kept gastronomic secrets opens its doors for a new season on Tuesday (March 10th).
Clitheroe Country Market will welcome customers old and new, with traditional home baking, hand made crafts, quality home produce and plants and preserves.
Clitheroe United Reformed Church Hall in Moor Lane is home to the market, where all the baking and savouries are guaranteed homemade. The preserves, including jams, marmalades and chutneys, contain no preservatives and the same can be said of the hand-made savouries. All have that unique good old-fashioned taste.
Hand-made cards and gifts can also be made to order and in these days of counting our carbon footprints, all items are made locally. The market is open from 10 to 11-30 am every Tuesday until mid December. There is always the opportunity to order goods, to be sure you don’t miss out, as items do sell quickly!
Coffee and tea will be available from 9-30 am as will the popular cake of the week, where customers can choose a slice of cake to go with their drinks.