The first Farmers’ Market of 2014 will take place on Sunday 26 January.

The market coincides with Farmhouse Breakfast Week which champions the importance of making time for a healthy breakfast. The campaign demonstrates the wealth of wonderful breakfast produce available throughout the country and encourages people to think about where their breakfast foods come from.

Visitors who come to the market for breakfast will be able to choose from porridge and pre-soaked muesli from Imbham’s Farm Granary; bacon, eggs, sausage, mushrooms and hash browns from White Lodge or scrumptious kedgeree served by Catch from the Isle of Wight. Delicious apple juice will be available from Ringden Farm and tea and coffee will be served at the charity refreshment tent.

Councillor Jill Hargreaves, Lead Member for Tourism and Events says: “To encourage a healthy breakfast, together with the Farnham Herald, we are supporting a special Farmers’ Market promotion. By cutting out the voucher in this Friday’s paper, readers can enjoy two breakfasts for the price of one. The difficult choice will be deciding whether to have traditional English, satisfying porridge or tasty kedgeree.”

Visitors to the market can have a healthy breakfast every day of the week by treating themselves to some of the mouth-watering breakfast ingredients that will be on sale. There will be fresh bread, bacon, sausages, eggs, fish, cereal and tangy apple juice.

Farnham Farmers’ Market is held on the fourth Sunday of every month in Central car park between 10am and 1.30pm. To find out more about booking a pitch or for more information about the Market visit www.farnham.gov.uk or contact Ginny Gordon at Farnham Town Council on 01252 712667 or email ginny.gordon@farnham.gov.uk.

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