As the calendar moves inexorably forwards and as we all readjust as best we can to the changes that 2020 are bringing, one thing remains in the calendar – Heaton Moor Producers Market. There are changes to keep us all safe, but we will be there, bright eyed and bushy tailed!
If any of your favourite traders are not with us, drop me a line and I connect you up: firstname.lastname@example.org
And here we are:
FOOD & DRINK
The Brownie Owl – form an orderly queue for your favourite brownie!
Alam’s – and another orderly queue for your samosas, pakoras or curry bun!
Rosia Bakery – indulgent handmade layer and traybakes
The Cheshire Bakehouse – pastry rolls with a twist, salads to go, all served with a smile
Deli On The Go – great range of deli products
R & M Fine Chocolates – rich, handmade chocolates to indulge yourself or giftpacks for presents. Vegan range available too.
FatJax Chutneys – last month Paul’s clutch went into a terminal fugue, so we are hoping this month his chutneys make it with a fair wind and full working mechanics behind them!
SubUrban – hot subs to satisfy your lunchtime cravings, veggie & non-veggie. You will find SubUrban up at the top of the market, outside the old Wedding shop.
Artisam – they are back! We have been missing our truffle chips & arancini & now Helena & Sam also have Urban Greens – home grown fresh produce. They will be next to SubUrban & Extreme Coffee up by the old Wedding shop.
Exclusive Scoops – such a hit last month, they are back. Handmade ice creams in gorgeous flavours, served from a tricycle (as you do)
Extreme Coffee – an essential to any market visit, hot, fresh coffee made from the finest beans
All About Pies – come early if you want a fabulous pie, they sell out quickly
The Marmalady – homemade produce. Jams full to bursting with fruit, cakes still warm from the oven
Cheese is Grate -cheese truckles in a wide variety of flavours, flavours you didn’t even necessarily think were a ‘thing’ – yummy!
Haycroft Meadow – regulars beat a path to Haycroft for their sausages, burgers & joints
The Spice Yard – order your homemade Indian curry for Friday, treat yourself to some homemade onion bhajis & a spice tin or two
Jo’s Sticky Toffee Pudding – a legend in its own sticky toffee lifetime
Kitchenette Corsica – warm, freshly made Corsican treats
Greek Oil Direct – Greek Oil is back, no more disappointed customers!
B’Spoke Coffee – direct from B’Spoke Coffee House by the station, Nick has bags of coffee deliciousness to buy and order
Webbs Beef – a staple on nearly every 4 Heatons BBQ, Webbs locally provenanced meats
Green Farm Olives – colourful and tasty display of fat olives, vibrant sun dried tomatoes & oozing baklava
ARTS & CRAFT
Enough food! Now the stalls for your senses, to bring creativity & admiration for all things into our lives:
Roots Handmade – handmade skin care, shampoo bars, all vegan, all organic
H & C Plants – the stall bursting with colour and literal life, plants for the garden & home
Chiselled Features – stonemason Paul makes name & house plaques to order, does a nice line in coasters & he definitely knows his way round a piece of granite!
Kate O’Brien Art – prints, coasters, mouse mats all available to buy on the day & personal commissions welcomed. But, take note, if you are thinking Christmas – order now! Kate is getting booked up for months in advance with pieces.
Sustainable Living in the Heatons – come & find out about the Heatons Climate Action Festival. 12 FREE events over the weekend 12/ 13th & 19/20 Sept. Full info here.
Kitsch Republic – lampshades courageously remaining attached to the gazebo, chopping boards, coasters, mugs – the list goes on & everything is made & designed by Angela aka Ms Kitsch herself
Scents & Solace – if you crave the refined, subtler notes in your life, this is the stall for you. Beautful, handmade scented candles for yourself or as a lovely presents
Heather Loves Cards – baskets of cards for any occasion, Craft Kits for the present & giftwrap or tissue paper to wrap it – sorted!