NEXT MARKET: SUMMER SUNDAY, 7 JUNE, 12 - 3.30pm, Village Square and St Mary's Church
ELHAM SUMMER FOOD FESTIVAL AND GIFT MARKET
SUNDAY, 7th JUNE, 12 - 3.30pm, VILLAGE SQUARE
DO put the date in your diaries as we are part of the Kent Farmers' Market Association designated Farmers' Market Month of June so there will be lots of fun and games as well as plenty of stalls selling delicious local food and drink and gorgeous hand made gifts and garden plants.
More details will follow as we finalise events.
In the meantime, if you'd like a stall, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
******************************************* You can find a full list of producers on our Producers' page.
If you want some inspiration about what to cook, the BBC website is just one site that has a host of recipe suggestions. For other ideas, look up our own market recipes here.
Friends of Elham Food Festival
The Food Festival is a not-for-profit organisation run by a management committee of volunteers representing different village organisations. We hope to hold it three or four times a year. The committee and other volunteers help with a number of tasks on market days, but we always need more Friends of Elham Food Festival to take a turn at putting up the bunting and help set up and take down the gazebos. Come and join us and make new friends.
Contact the market manager, Julie Woodgate on t: 01303 840044 for more details.
Elham Food Festival - delicious, nutritious and on your doorstep
Folkestone-born celebrity chef Phil Vickery has been a supporter of Elham Farmersí Market from the start, not only because of his local connection when he worked at the Rose and Crown in Elham, but also because he is passionate about English cooking, seasonality and regional food.
In his latest message of support, Phil said: "I am delighted that the market has been such a success so far and will now become a permanent feature in Elham. Congratulations to the local producers for providing such a range of high quality goods, and to your shoppers for recognising and appreciating the value of good seasonal local food, produced by people who care."