Gainsborough Farmers’ & Craft Market returns with an exciting line up of traders on Saturday 12th June from 9am – 3pm in Market Place.
The popular market welcomes a host of new and familiar faces, bringing fresh produce, handmade gifts and bespoke crafts.
Introducing new trader Heavenly Currys, bringing their homemade authentic curries, such as tasty butter chicken, ginger chicken and madras chicken which can be taken home and stored in the fridge or freezer. Plus stock up on delicious meat and vegetable pakoras, samosas and onion bhajis to accompany your meal.
In addition the market welcomes Preserved by Rachel. Independent trader Rachel Gatiss will be making her first appearance with her beautiful dried flower arrangements to suit traditional and modern tastes including the currently popular dried pampas grass.
Wild Rose Skincare makes a return to the line up with their handmade range of soap and skincare products to suit all skin types. Stock up on their body scrub or male grooming products that would make perfect Father’s Day gifts.
Other traders forming the line up includes Redhill Farm Free Range Pork, Eleanor Rogerson Enamel and Copper, Curly Nook Jewellery, Hepy’s Hog Roast, Pickles Preserves, Sarah’s Sweet Treats, Mount Pleasant Windmill, Giddy Kipper’s Plants, The Man from Skidby, Rubecula Aromary, P.B’s Wood N Art, Treats, Sweets & Eats, Capps Fish and Special Editions Chocolate.
Since its reopening in June 2020, the market moved from its original location on Market Street to Market Place.
The market is organised with all safety measures in place ensuring all stallholders adhere to Covid-19 guidelines, including socially distanced stalls and hand sanitiser available.
The monthly Farmers’ market is held on the second Saturday of every month and is part of a joint initiative coordinated by Marshall’s Yard with West Lindsey District Council.
Charlotte Toplass, Marshall’s Yard Tenant Liaison Executive, said: “We are delighted with the fantastic line up of traders at this June’s Gainsborough Farmers’ & Craft Market. It is great to see a growing number of new traders as well as the return of some familiar faces.
“Treat Dad to a unique Father’s Day gift and support local independent traders.”