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Farsley Farmers Market set to draw crowds

Farsley Farmers Market is due to draw the crowds this weekend, with the added attraction of the feathery kind.

Wise Owl Birds of Prey Rescue and Display Team will be at tomorrow’s popular farmers’ market, with a display featuring a host of feathered friends.

The markets – based in St John’s Church grounds, off Farsley Town Street – run on the fourth Saturday of the month through until November.

It’s a chance to find local produce, fish, cheeses, pies, preserves, artisan bakes and offerings from Germany and Greece.

Indoors people can take refreshments and find local crafters, old books and other ‘pop-up’ stalls.

Free entry tomorrow (Saturday, April 23) from 9am-12.30pm.

Confirmed stallholders include S&S James, Calverley Beekeepers, Stems of Leeds, The Urban Bakery, Dogburg’s Coffee Roasters, Yorkshire Kimchi, Thomas’ German Tray Bakes, Nigel Ellis Fishmonger, Little Yorkshire Pie, Bear’s Pantry, Jenn’s Cheese and Biscuits, Whiteley’s Farmshop Pudsey and Jane’s Country Pies.

The Farsley Book – A History of a Village and its People will be available at The Farmers Market at the Friends of St. John’s Church stall in the church hall or at Farsley Community Church Coffee Morning this Saturday. The book costs £6.50.



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  1. Thanks @WLDispatch for this great, upbeat article. Bound to attract interest in tomorrow’s event! We take a risk’confirming’ stalls and have to advise that we have now lost Bears Pantry but still plenty of baked goods will be on sale.

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