at 10:59 on 29/11/12
Country Market update; See the Somerset Standard article on the market here http://tinyurl.com/cc2hkhv and these two letters http://tinyurl.com/ct7dlzb
at 10:30 on 27/04/13
Frome Country Market has been training in Frome for the local community for 51 years this year. They trade as a co-operative social enterprise. They trade as a not-for-profit organisation. First class bakers and preserve makers, enthusiastic gardeners, smallholders and beekeepers, and talented craftspeople all work from home keeping traditional skills alive. Those with only a few items to sell are just as welcome as larger scale producers.Customers can buy direct from the producer with the assurance that goods are local and in the case of food-items, freshly produced. Food miles are reduced and good quality home cooking can be enjoyed by those who do not have the time or desire to cook for themselves.Frome Country Market is held every Thursday morning at the Cheese and Grain in Frome and doors open 8am -12 noon. Remember the early bird catches the worm.
at 10:45 on 20/04/13
Try that Facebook link again http://tinyurl.com/d8n2v5t
at 13:00 on 19/04/13
Hurrah! The Country Market isn't planning to move after all and will continue to use the Cheese & Grain. Check out their website here http://tinyurl.com/bpkxz8t and their Facebook page here https://http://tinyurl.com/blomtjh phew. Just make sure you get there early on a Thursday if you want the pick of the goodies on sale.
at 12:58 on 19/04/13
I MUST tell you that Mrs Purchon's mushroom & bacon quiche (Wanstrow) is the best I have ever tasted! Can't wait to try Mrs Oakes' Dorset Sausage Pasty (Clink), which is currently in the oven.
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