Farmers’ Market branches out

The Isle of Wight Farmers Market has something new for 2013.

Thanks to Jim Mew from Isle of Wight Farmers Market for details of another way you can buys fresh Isle of Wight produce each week. Ed

We will be holding markets at Tesco’s Ryde on twelve Wednesday’s throughout the summer.

The markets will provide customers and visitors to the Island with an opportunity to buy fresh local produce mid week.

A full range of fresh meats, flavoured sausages, pies, breads, cakes, Island Cheeses, apple juices, chutneys and vegetables will be available and a range of seasonal plants including vegetable plants.

The first market is Wednesday 17th April 2013. The market starts at 10am, full details of all markets can be found on EventsOnTheWight.

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Thursday, 11th April, 2013 10:29am



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Chris Ingram

I hope that doesn’t mean the loss of the Farmers’ market in the centre of Ryde. For those of us without cars and those who prefer to shop in town this is a valuable amenity.

Sally Perry

The other markets remain unaffected. This mid-week market is a supplement to the Fri/Sat markets.