Village Hall Car Park, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont, HP8 4UD
Tel: 01494 763426
On our stalls we have fresh meat including rare breeds, cheese and dairy, breads, free range eggs, cakes, fresh fish, and sundries including specialist chilli sauces and oils. All our members are accredited by our parent organisation, Thames Valley Farmers’ Market Cooperative. Our raison d’etre is ‘Fresh food, locally produced.’ 2nd Saturday of each month 9-1.
High Street, Wendover, HP22 6DU
Tel: 01296 623056
All products sold are grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholder, drawn from a 35 / 50 mile radius of Wendover. On average there are around 24 stalls, giving a comprehensive range of food types, including flour from Wren Davis, and local honey. Other locally-made non-food items are present. 3rd Saturday of each month 10–1.
Asheridge Road, Chesham, HP5 2XD
Tel: 01494 783501
On our seventy acre farm we raise Traditional Hereford cattle, Oxford Down Sheep, British Lop pigs and a variety of rare breed chickens. All these animals are naturally reared and slow-maturing, adding to their flavour. Our meat and eggs are available through our farm shop open Thu-Sun 10-4, which also sells organic English vegetables (including some from our own farm), flour and pasta from locally-grown wheat, local apple juice, coffee roasted in Hemel, and a range of preserves from small specialist producers. We also attend Chesham Local Produce Market.
30 High Street, Watlington, OX49 5PY
Tel: 01491 613585
The Granary is, at heart, a cheese shop stocking over 150 varieties, from UK farmhouse producers, as well as a fine range of Continental cheese. We also source many fine and award-winning foods from speciality food producers, most of which are not stocked in supermarkets. Produce is sourced locally where possible – breads and croissants from bakers in Oxfordshire, cheeses from Berkshire, cakes home-baked 3 miles away, wines from Brightwell Vineyard in Wallingford, bread flours from Wantage, plus honey, and quince preserves, from Watlington itself.
London Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BJ
Powered solely by water, this mill has been painstakingly restored and maintained by volunteers from the High Wycombe Society Pann Mill Group who run it on three Sundays a year. Visitors can watch the grinding of locally grown grain and may buy the freshly stoneground, wholegrain, additive-free flour, on the premises. A recipe book, produced by the Mill Group, with ideas on how to use the flour, is on sale, together with other stalls and teas in the garden. See website for dates.