Tomorrow sees the return of Helmsley’s artisan food market, following on from its highly successful first opening in July. (Click here for a short video on Youtube) Taking place on the 3rd Friday each month, Helmsley Indoor Market aims to showcase artisan food producers who are offering an unusual or specialist slant – for example […]
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Helmsley Town Hall opens its doors this Friday (21st) at 9am for a new monthly artisan food market. Helmsley Indoor Market will feature a range of local small-scale growers and makers of top-quality products. The market will take place on the 3rd Friday of every month, and much of the artisan fare featured will have […]
Botton Village near Danby, run by the Camphill Trust to provide homes for people with special needs, featured as one of our good causes some time ago. We mentioned that this is a working community producing a range of goods for sale as well as domestic consumption. The good news is that some of these […]
Old maps show that Kirkbymoorside used to have numerous orchards and was a thriving fruit growing area. Over the years almost all of the old orchards have disappeared so we are now left with just a small number of very old trees which are coming to the end of their lives. The Kirkby Fruit Project, […]
Hovingham Village Market is in action again from this coming Saturday, after a short winter break. The market operates on the first Saturday of every month, with a Christmas extra in December. In case that leaves you in any doubt, here are the dates:
Nigel and Catherine, who run Ryedale Cheeses, are taking a well earned holiday, so their van won’t be at our Wednesday market tomorrow, or again until February 4. We hope they have a lovely time. Meanwhile, you can of course buy cheese by weight at Scrumptious Deli, or pre-packed at the Spar or Co-op.
The last of the Hovingham village markets for the year will take place on Saturday, December 20. A Christmas special market, this should be a great place to pick up some last minute presents, or stock the larder with goodies, while supporting local traders. The market opens at 10.30 am, and there’s plenty of on-street […]
You may have noticed that John and Sylvia have not been operating their cafe in the Memorial Hall on market day for the last couple of weeks. Apparently Sylvia had an accident at home, and has broken bones in her foot. We wish her a very speedy recovery, not least because we miss her hot […]
A quick reminder of the interesting specialist monthly markets to be found around the area.
Do you look longingly at travel agents’ ads for trips to exotic Christmas markets in Germany and Scandinavia? Or wonder whether, if you drive down to the Lincoln market, you will be able to find anywhere to park? If so, why not try at a great Christmas fair much closer to home? The St Nicholas […]
From Kirkbymoorside Allotment Association We will be holding our annual sale of produce, all hand raised on the Gillamoor Road, at the market tomorrow, July 17. Sales will include fruit, vegetables and flowers from the site, as well as home made jams, preserves and cakes. We’re raising funds to defray the cost of running the […]
From the Hovingham Market Group We are grateful for the support of shoppers and users of the Café and grateful also for the support of all the stall holders both regular and occasional. Sincere thanks also to the over 100 volunteers who have staffed the Cafés and helped to set up and take down the […]
Thanks to John Nicoll from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for sending this image across of Kirkbymoorside market.
From Allotment Woman If you’ve been reading my diary on the blog, doing a bit of gardening yourself, or even just looking out of the window, you’ll know what a poor year it has been so far for growing things. Nonetheless, the Kirkbymoorside Allotment Association will be holding its annual market stall next Wednesday (July […]
From Jean Richards If, like me until today, you’ve not been to Hovingham village market, do give it a try, it’s well worth the short drive. We fell into conversation with someone who comes every month from Scarborough, and told us that other folk come from even further afield, so it must have something going […]
Some of you may have noticed a stallholder on the market last Wednesday selling coasters with old images of Kirkbymoorside on such as those below: Well, Mike from Metalpics phoned me last week that they are selling like hotcakes and will be along this week with even more examples to tempt you with, You can […]
This is a short film about the Hovingham Green Market – a multi-award winning market held on the first Saturday of every month. Despite the freezing weather last weekend it is clear this is a vibrant and sustainable enterprise that Mark Woolley, the founder and chair, has created along with the help of many volunteers. […]
Highlights from a wonderful afternoon in the town where, despite blizzard conditions at times, residents enjoyed a lovely festive event organised by the Kirkbymoorside Business Partnership.
Where: Kirkbymoorside Market near Penny Bank Cafe. Cakes/buns/biscuits, plus plants, can be left with June Emerson at 8 Rivis Square on the 10th August, if she is not in they can be left round the back and a note put through the door. Rivis Square is the cul-de-sac of new houses just up behind the […]
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