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Christmas Farmers’ Market

Bottles of chilli oil and jars of chilli sauce.

December’s Farmers’ Market will go ahead this year although the Christmas Market, which was due to take place on the same day, has been cancelled due to COVID restrictions. The Farmers’ Market will be held on Sunday 13 December from 10am to 1.30pm at Central car park in Farnham.

“The Farmers’ Market is all about getting healthy, fresh, high quality produce – including seasonal fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy products – on to our plates. As essential goods markets are still permitted, the Farmers’ Market will go ahead. Please come along and support our local producers,” says Councillor Alan Earwaker, Lead Member for Tourism and Events.

“As well as an abundance of fresh food, stallholders sell a huge selection of preserved and ready-made goods that can be stored at home ready to cheer your Christmas table. Likewise, although we have had to cancel the Christmas market, the Farmers’ Market is a source of lovely food items so you will still be able to buy some great Christmas gifts as well as offering support to independent traders.”

Farnham Town Council organises the Farmers’ Market. Safety will be paramount for shoppers and stallholders alike to ensure a safe and enjoyable shopping experience. The outdoor monthly markets have continued to run through much of the COVID outbreak and have followed government guidelines. Clear information and signage on social distancing and other COVID hygiene measures are provided.

If the lockdown restrictions are removed, Farnham Town Council will look to add some additional stalls in Central car park to support stallholders and customers.

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