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2 Nov 2019
The first ever Morpeth farmers market was held in November 1999 - so this means that this month is the 20th Anniversary Market - so we'll have cake, old photos and a memory board to celebrate!
Morpeth Farmers’ Markets are held on the Market Place
on the first Saturday of each month (except January) running from 9am – 3pm.
farmers’ markets are not restricted to farmers, traders must:
Be local – and in Morpeth, we count that as being from up to 50 miles away
Only sell their own produce, and
Must be involved in the actual production of what they are selling
Several traders are members of the Produced in Northumberland scheme - look out for the identifying badges.
Up to two stalls that do not fully fit these criteria but meet the general ethos of the farmers' market (e.g. a stall selling produce imported from a family farm in Portugal) are permitted at the market manager's discretion. Such stalls will be clearly identifiable.
The market is run in by Northumberland County Council and the Sanderson Arcade.
For more information or to book a stall, contact Neil Brown, the Market Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
or mobile 07909 688174.