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Want to take a taste of Lancashire home with you? Wander round a traditional Lancashire farmers’ market where the local characters will be only too happy to give you advice on how to cook your ostrich meat or to suggest what goes best with your chutney.
Lancashire farmshops and markets have grown in popularity over the past few years, and are noted for the quality of their fine locally produced stock, cheeses and meat products. Some of the markets take place in the beautiful grounds of historic houses, like Samlesbury Hall and Hoghton Tower.
Visit Lancashire at any time of year and you’ll likely stumble upon one of the myriad food events that take place to celebrate our quality local produce, not 'just' farmers' markets!
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Our regular stalls offer a range of meats, cheeses, fish, eggs, preserves, bakery, chocolates, vegetables, fish and also a selection of crafts. There are additional seasonal stalls selling plants and ice cream.
3rd Sunday of the month( not D/Jan/F) 10am-2pm. Nestling in the heart of Ribble Valley, Whalley is one of England's most attractive villages; immersed in history and boasting award winning shops and eating establishments offering a distinctive choice
A lively market held on the first Sunday of each month between 8am-2pm on the historic Towngate square in the centre of Great Harwood between Accrington and Blackburn. Lots of stalls selling all kinds of high quality fresh local produce.
Around fifteen stalls of seasonal, local and regional produce at this local farmers market.
Poulton Le Fylde
Poulton Farmers Market is held on the fourth Saturday of the month from 9am – 1pm at St Chad's church hall and is the perfect place to pick up some scrumptious local produce. You'll find a great selection of fresh fruit and veg, bread and locally rea
Farmers' Market organised and run by parishioners from St Mary's Church in Penwortham. 1st Saturday of every month
Local produce for sale each month including fruit and veg, speciality meats, dairy product, pies and preserves. Indoor tearoom also open. 2nd Saturday fo the month. .
Lytham St Annes
A traditional farmers market where you can find locally and regionally produced food and drink. 3rd Thursday of every month.
Monthly local market selling cheese, fruit, meat, puddings, pies and crafts. 1st Saturday of the month.
Over twenty stalls of lcoally grown and sourced produce. You can expect produce to be fresh and great value for money.
1st Sunday of the month.
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Steak & Mussels - Main courses only £14
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Lobster & Champagne - Whole Lobster and 2 glasses of champagne...
Sunday Lunch - Two courses £16. Kids menu £8. FREE glass of bubbly if book...
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Christmas Afternoon Teas Served throughout December
Afternoon Tea - from only £14.95 per person
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Sunday Lunches for £19.95 per person
Enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon...
Proms Parties at Farington
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Be a part of our Lunch Club.
Monday - Saturday 12pm-5pm
Sunday Lunch - Roast with all the trimmings £9.95
Sticky Ribs Wednesday main course £9.95
Bands and Baskets Friday live music with basket meals from £7.50
Jazz Thursdays - first Thursday of the month with light meals from £7.50