We are counting down the days to Ashford Farmers’ Market’s last event of the year, and it’s set to be as festive as it gets!

​If you’re looking for something to get you in the Christmas spirit on the run up to the big day itself, then this Sunday’s market is one not to be missed.

​Familiar traders will be bringing along there fresh produce and goods from 4pm - 7pm on the lower high-street, joined by some special Christmas guest traders and fabulous music throughout the evening.

Gentleman’s Fine Food will be joining us with his freshly made sausage rolls and pastries, as well as PJ Produce who will be with us with the usual great variety of seasonal fruits and veg.

To take away the chill, Kingswood Cider will be serving up hot mulled apple juice and cider, the perfect compliment to Paramour Pies’ hot mince pies! There will be some great street food up for grabs too from Naturally Wild Game, Paella Kitchen, Charley & Nick’s and Rye Smoked Salmon, as well as very exciting appearance from Ashford’s very own Bombay Street with some chef sampling.

Don’t miss the chance to try all these plus other great goodies including continental cheeses, fruit liqueurs and vodka, marshmallows nuts, pies, pickles and preserves, all ready to take away in time for Christmas.

Expect to see on the day:

  • Enzo’s Bakery
  • P J Produce
  • The Fudge
  • Paramour Pies
  • Sugar & Spice
  • Milbank Olives
  • Stour Valley Game
  • Sylvia & Terry Chocolates
  • Ritoweg Farm Meats
  • Gentlemans Fine Food Co
  • Romney Marsh Brewery
  • Kingswood Cider
  • Jays Associates
  • Marshmellow Heaven
  • Naturally Wild Game
  • Paella Kitchen
  • Bombay Street
  • Naked Espresso
  • Charley & Nicks Real Food
  • Rye Smoked Salmon
  • Nip from the hip
  • The French Delicatessen
  • Potash Farm
  • Bo Beeps Balms
  • Taylormade vodka
  • Roger Hill Wood Turner
  • Emporia Fabric & Crafts
  • Romney Marsh Crafts

Plus a special visit from a certain couple who won’t want to miss out on the fun!

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