Thanks, thats a good idea, i'll try contacting them.
I will pencil the dates on too on the calender too while i'm thinking about it.
||I go because there is a good fishmonger there, and that is the one thing that is really missing form the food shops in our town. Also there is a very small cheese producer who don't produce enough to supply the shops, but makes very nice stuff (I got some for the last skill's share). And there's usually free samples of sausages and things. And it's in a lovely garden with a nice cafe.|
Combining my not-quite-dead-yet market and the nearest farm shop(s), I would like:
- Fresh, local basics (carrots that will happily sit for a week, etc). If these are cheaper than local supermarket - bonus!
- Local oddities - e.g. cheese, booze
- Fresh fish (*wistful sigh*)
- I think dried goods by weight would be popular (e.g. dried fruits, oats, etc)
- Food-to-go usually draws people in and brings an atmosphere, but there's not a lot of commercial stuff I can eat
In terms of stalls/stallholders
- clear pricing
- indication of where they are from - down the road? Next county over?
- provenance of fish and meat
- to be somewhere on the line between "friendly" and "hard sell"
||Oh - and a direct link to my brain to make me remember when it's on|