Show your local market some love on Saturday 16th February from 9:30am-2pm at Wivenhoe Congregational Hall, High street, Wivenhoe.
Stalls include locally raised meat (including biodynamic and organic), locally grown fruit and vegetables, and locally made jams and preserves, crafts, cards, cakes and savouries (including vegan). See below for the full stall list!
The market cafe offers amazing lunches and snacks with lots of vegan and gluten free options plus teas, coffee and soft drinks. There are also also refill stalls for dry foods and household cleaning, laundry and personal care products – bring your own containers and bags please! New this month – a Cable Amnesty for all those old computer cables you may have been hoarding. Just drop them in the bin provided on the refill stall.
Also new this month – a swap stall for kids’ clothing and school uniform, run by Wivenhoe Woodcraft Folk. Bring any unwanted/outgrown items to their stall at the market, or choose something to take away, or both! A donation to the Woodcraft Folk would be appreciated but isn’t essential. There will also be a ‘pay what you like’ preloved toy stall run by the children – donations of toys are welcomed. To arrange pickups of donations if you can’t bring it yourself on the day – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will also be live music from our busking spot and a craft activity for children.
Contact email@example.com with any queries or to apply for a stall or busking session.
Stalls list so far (will be updated as more stalls are confirmed):
Wigborough Traditional Meats
Julian Birch fish
Daymens Hill Farm
Food and Drink:
NEW St Botolph’s Brewery craft beers
B Baking cakes
Norwegian Bakers sweet and savoury pastries and buns
The Allergy Brothers gluten free cakes
Good Souls Bakery
SuzyShack preserves and baking
Delly Jelly jams
Fanny Joly hand sewing
Simon Peecock art cards and prints
Gaby Wheelhouse preloved clothing
Paul Cherry wooden homewares
The Wee Teddies
Hearts & Homes soft furnishings
Frinton Seaglass jewellery and cards
Edith and Blanche children’s clothing, quilts
The market cafe has amazing lunches and snacks with lots of vegan and gluten free options plus teas, coffee and soft drinks. There will also be a coffee and snack stall in the church.
Repair Reuse Recycle CIC refill station for household products including laundry liquid, fabric softener, cleaning fluid etc, and shampoo and handwash. Bring your surplus computer/media cables for the Cable Amnesty.
‘Towards Zero Waste’ food staples like muesli base and couscous. Don’t forget to bring your own containers and bags for all these goodies please!
NEW Wivenhoe Woodcraft Folk children’s clothes/school uniform swap stall and preloved toys
NB no sharpening stall this month, they will be returning in March.