Roundhay Environmental Action Project - REAP

Local farmers' market for local produce held every 3rd Saturday of the Month
9am - 12:30pm Oakwood Clock

Oakwood Farmers Market

Oakwood Farmers' Market

Come to the Oakwood Clock on the 3rd saturday morning in the month and meet up with friends and neighbours and sample produce from our award winning farmers and producers.

Regular stalls include local organic vegetables, eggs, rapeseed oil, beef, organic meat, pies, bacon, bread, apple juice, soup, plants, cheese, Italian and local delicatessen savouries and sweet treats. 

Check out our video of the market celebrating its 10th anniversary. https://youtu.be/cpU52xyLw88.

NEXT MARKET - 19TH SEPTEMBER 2020. - see Ebulletin for more information.


Find us around Oakwood Clock in North Leeds.
(Postcode: LS8 1SD)

To give us your ideas and feedback  you can e-mail us at market@reap-leeds.org.uk

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Oakwood Farmers Market

 


About Oakwood Farmers' Market

A true farmers' market held on 3rd Saturday of every month 9am to 12:30pm.

Regular stalls with range of local food and produce plus new and returning guests.

Seasonal holidays celebrated with local musicians and special events.

NEXT MARKET: 19th September 2020

Our Regular Stall Holders:

Church View Eggs - 01924 250689
Gluten Freekz - glutenfreekz.co.uk
Johnsons Fish
- 07967 726642
Lincolnshire Poacher - lincolnshirepoachercheese.com
Leeds Bread Co-op - leedsbread.coop
Mario Olianas - olianas.co.uk
Pies from Allums - allumsbutchers.co.uk
Sian's India Express - indiaexpress.co.uk
Stickeys Honeys - stickeys.co.uk
Swillington Organic Farm
- swillingtonorganicfarm.co.uk
Thistlemist Farm Soup - thistlemistfarm.co.uk
Tricky Dicky’s Sticky Toffee Pudding
The Organic Pantry - theorganicpantry.co.uk
Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil - yorkshirerapeseedoil.co.uk
Yorkshire Highlanders - yorkshirehighlanders.co.uk
Yorkshire Orchards - yorkshireorchards.co.uk

Guest Stalls:

For the time being, there will be no coffee or guest stalls, live music, REAP and community stall or gardening activities.

Please pay for your purchases using contactless methods if possible.

Please observe social distancing rules and wear a face covering if you have one.   

 

 

 

Reduce, reuse, recycle! Return your egg boxes to our egg ladies, bring a plastic box for your fish, refill your Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil bottles and take advantage of their loyalty card scheme.

Oakwood Farmers' Market - the movie

All Market Dates in 2020

Contact Us

We welcome new members and new ideas.

If you would like to get involved  please email us on market@reap-leeds.org.uk.

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