Farmers’ Market 2018
The First Farmers’ Market
The first Farmers’ Market was held at Tockwith Show in 1999 and was officially opened by Phil Willis MP -now Lord Willis. It has proved to be a very popular attraction at the show, increasing in size each year and now including cookery demonstrations throughout the day. This marquee is usually packed with visitors, sampling the culinary delights of Yorkshire produce.
Cookery demonstrations (10.30, 12.15, 14.00 and 15.00) are a popular feature of the Farmers’ Market and this year sees the return of celebrity chef Robert Ramsden. The marquee is constantly filled with wonderful cooking aromas. In addition we are most fortunate to have Andrew Wood and his “Bread Oven” classes, where children learn to make and bake their own bread – adding in that wonderful aroma of fresh baking.
For information about exhibiting at the 2018 Farmers’ Market please contact:
Mrs J Slinger,
Tel: 07765 415483
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The following companies exhibited at the 2017 show:
Orchards of Husthwaite
make artisan ciders, vinegar and apple juices. They are based in the village of Husthwaite – known for over three centuries as ‘the orchard village of North Yorkshire’. Galtres apples are used in the pressing of the ciders, and local villagers are keen to go scrumping (legally, of course!) to provide a good supply. Because villagers and volunteers supply the apples rather than non-local wholesalers, Orchards of Husthwaite can donate the money saved to village projects. A win-win situation all round! http://www.orchardsofhusthwaite.co.uk/
Raydale Preserves is a family run business, established by husband and wife team Lesley and Derek Kettlewell in 1978 and set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales on the family farm in the valley of Raydale. They make all of their products on site and make all of their goods by hand. From topping strawberries to sticking on labels each stage of production is done by hand to ensure true excellence in the finish. They pride themselves on using traditional methods to produce their products. All are made traditionally in small pans, ensuring preserves of the highest quality. Wherever possible locally sourced products are used and all their soft fruit is sourced from a North Yorkshire fruit farm. Come and sample their excellent jams, chutneys, jellies and marmalades. http://www.raydalepreserves.co.uk/
Tancred Farm Shop
Dean and Angela Hullah from Tancred Field Farm, Whixley sell over 40 different varieties of award winning sausage as well as pork pies, dry cured hams, gammon, bacon, salami and home-made burgers. They supply fresh beef from their own grass fed pedigree Lincoln Red cows and locally sourced poultry, lamb and seasonal game. http://www.tancredfarmshop.co.uk/butcher.html
Wharfe Valley Farms
The Kilby family are third generation farmers who have been in Collingham since the 1960s, adding oil seed rape to their traditional crop rotation in the early 1980s and then embarking on their venture into pressing their own extra virgin Rapeseed Oil. You can now buy flavoured rapeseed oil as well (rosemary and garlic, red chilli or oak smoked) – these are naturally flavoured with no concentrates, flavourings or added chemicals. Used by many a discerning chef – come and try this wonderful Yorkshire rapeseed oil. http://wharfevalleyfarms.co.uk/
Pork pies produced from their own stock of pigs, which are bred exclusively on their farm at Whixley Grange, Whixley, York. Only the very best cuts of pork and carefully selected ingredients are used for their award winning pork pies, sausage rolls and pasties. Try their pork pie, with a generous layer of chicken in the middle and topped with sage and onion stuffing – finished off with cranberry sauce or apricots. Very more-ish! http://www.voakespies.co.uk/
Fresh breads and Yorkshire cakes from their bakery in Ripon. Davill’s is an artisan bakery specialising in regional treats such as Yorkshire curd tart. A must to come and see their array of cakes and bread. Email: email@example.com
Goosemoor Organics was established over 20 years ago in 1989 and grow a range of vegetables, salads and herbs on their organic smallholding in Cowthorpe, near Wetherby, supplemented by local and imported produce. Boxed orders are packed in an environmentally friendly timber warehouse and delivered throughout the north of England by their small fleet of low emission LPG vans. Goosemoor Organics will be selling some of their organic produce and you can find out details of how to order their organic products. http://www.goosemoor.co.uk/
George’s Brown & Blond
If you’ve not tasted these brownies before this stall is a must! This is a local business, based in Cattal. George makes all his own dark and white chocolate brownies himself and has a selection of around 40 different flavours – he will be bringing a selection of these to this year’s Tockwith Show, together with his speciality vegetarian tarts. http://www.brownandblond.co.uk/
The Little Red Berry Co.
Little Red Berry is a family run business started in 2011 by Rachel Ellis and chief taster Rob Jamieson (well someone has to do it!). They produce a range of alcoholic soft fruit and berry liqueurs. http://www.thelittleredberry.co.uk/index.htm
Bruce salt and his team produce a wide range of both savoury and patisserie products including tortilla, bruschetta, crème brûlée, and other desserts, all using locally sourced produce as much as possible. http://www.saltscatering.co.uk/
Blueberry Hill Preserves
Blueberry Hill Preserves is a new business supplying artisan, hand made pickles, chutneys, preserves, speciality curds and a select range of Wensleydale Cheeses. http://www.blueberryhillpreserves.co.uk/
Yorkshire Dales Cheese Co.
Taste a little luxury with every bite. Each of our quality cheeses has been carefully hand picked using our expertise so that you can enjoy a creamier, tastier and truly delicious cheese experience. http://www.yorkshiredalescheese.co.uk/
Parched Tea Co.
..on behalf of all you parched punters we herald a new era in tea & social shenanigans. The traditional high brow loose leaf tea image has been replaced with a new brand of quirky tea – Parched Tea.
Est. 2006, our Tea Bar was one of the first Specialist Teashops in Manchester, featuring a wide variety of treasures from all over the globe.
We are developing a new brand of tea combining great art and great tea. The challenge is to keep developing our young and impressionable character ; growing and changing, whilst offering the cafe adoring public a taste of quality. http://www.parchedteabar.co.uk/
Burtree Puddings – Our Puddings Are All Made By Us For You
All our Puddings are made with absolutely the finest ingredients from free range eggs, English butter and of course, our neighbouring organic Dairy Farm’s double cream. http://www.burtreepuddings.co.uk/
Three Little Pigs
Three Little Pigs is a perfectionist producer of cured meats based in Yorkshire. We make perfect Chorizo and Salami. Winner of Great Taste gold star awards. Our story begins with us lovingly curing and hand-making all our chorizo and salami in small batches on our own farm, which has seen five generations of the Clarkson family. http://www.threelittlepigschorizo.co.uk/
is a recently established company selling ‘what real dog and cat food looks like’. Based on the common sense idea that we should give our pets as natural a diet as possible, Naturaw sells only high quality meat with no cheap fillers, chemicals, additives or preservatives. Their food is also totally grain free, and dogs and cats just love the taste. Popular at the moment are Simply Duck Mince, Organic Veg, and Organic Beef with Chicken, but Naturaw has a wide range of meals and snacks to offer. http://www.naturaw.co.uk/
will be at the Show again this year with their mouth-watering array of oat biscuits and flapjacks. Some of the combinations are definitely worth a bite – try PeanutButterCup, or CoconutLimeDrizzle along with the slightly more traditional FlapjackHeaven.
For further information about exhibiting at the Farmers’ Market please contact:
Mrs J Slinger,
Tel: 07765 415483
or email firstname.lastname@example.org