Burton Village Farmers Market returns on Saturday 5th June

Bigger, and dare we say, better than before….Burton Village Farmers Market is back.

We’re bringing together the best local producers and food artisans and we hope to see you there supporting them…we’ll be tempting you with our list of stall holders, popping up here shortly.

We’ll have cheeses, local honey, fresh juices, liqueurs, charcuterie, baked goods, vegan treats, an area dedicated to world foods and oh so much more!

Whilst you’re here enjoy food-to-go on our field site in beautiful surroundings. Free entry and free parking too!

saturday 5th June, 10am-2pm.

Some of the producers, artisans, brewers and growers…

Mere Brook House; have been producing apple juice , made from apples grown in the grounds of their hotel, recently branching out to apple cider, sparkling and and still, and a sparkling apple and pear cider. Mere Brook house is also home to several beehives producing the locally famous Mere Brook Honey.

Burton Bakes; a fundraising stall for our Village Hall, filled with the most delicious cakes, drizzles, brownies, cookies and more… just be sure to get there early in case its another sell out! 

Sakinahs; the authentic taste of Malaysia

Larkton Hall Cheese; The Alpine style cheese made in Cheshire.

Truly Scrumptious; Delicious pates and spreads handmade with love using all natural ingredients… from Chester.

Beech Avenue Brewery; based on the traditional cask ale we all know and love… we love to experiment with the different grains we to use to give our beer distinctly malty characteristics. 

Per Cup Coffee; An independent coffee business from Shropshire, bringing a high end barista style experience to events.

Green Hearts plant based Kitchen; a volunteer run venture, aiming tom promote a plant based diet whilst raising money for animal welfare charities.

Boysenberry; family run independent artisan deli, from New Ferry.

North by Sud Ouest Charcuterie; using exclusively high welfare, free range, slow grown, local, rare breed mature pigs, they produce traditionally cured meats with a nose to tail ethic.

Pen Y Lan Pork; Free range, gold award winning sausages ..and more.

Windsors Fruit Liqueurs; they distil a range of fruit liqueurs, from fresh fruit including rhubarb and damsons… and couldnt be more local, hailing from Burton!

Pats Country Kitchen; Jams, pickles, cordials and relishes made with locally grown and sourced ingredients.

 Woodfield Nursery; a plantholic, veggie grower from Great Sutton, she’ll be bringing young veg plants, herbs, soft fruit plants plus some bee friendly herbacious perrenials.

Bournes cheese; hand- making fine cheshire cheese since 1750, in Malpas. Numerous awards at the British Cheese Awards and World Cheese Awards as well as being one of Rick Steins food heroes!

Powells pies; Traditional hand raised pork pies, using locally sourced prime pork.

Abbisinian Kitchen; The finest in Ethiopian cuisine, using traditional authentic recipes.

John Jones; Family run business, selling extremely fresh fruit and veg, with some straight from their farm in Childer Thornton.

Born to Bake; Rob will be bringing his delicious artisan bread to the farmers market, from his bakery in Bromborough, where customers can witness the baking in action!

Carslake Tea; award-winning independent supplier of whole and loose leaf teas.

Sweet and Delicious; are an independent bakery from Saughall Massie, making sweet treats and specialising in handmade truffles.