Popular farmers' market returns to Sheffield's Fox Valley for Easter weekend

The monthly Fox Valley Farmers’ Market returns to the Stocksbridge shopping centre on Saturday (April 3) from 9am-3pm, bringing a host of local produce and food-to-go stalls.

Friday, 2nd April 2021, 12:42 pm
Updated Friday, 2nd April 2021, 12:45 pm
One of the farmers' market stalls offering fresh produce

GS Greens (Micro-greens), Feinkost Olives, Penistone Fruit & Veg and The Great British Fudge Co will all be attending with locally-sourced and handmade produce, perfect for both weekend meal and treat ideas for the Easter weekend.Fox Valley’s own H & S Jacket Potatoes will be trading from their food van located in the Trek Bikes seating area.

They will be joined by a line-up of food-to-go vendors including Woodfired Pizza, Hepy’s Hog Roast, Grill Time Yorkshire Pudding Wraps and fresh donuts.

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The monthly and weekly markets at Fox Valley have proved a popular way for locals to shop for essentials and takeaway food in a safe, outdoor environment during the lockdown restrictions.The farmers’ market is subject to Covid-19 safety restrictions including hand sanitisers on each stall for customers to use, a one-way system around the market and wider spaces on the footpaths to allow for social distancing.Jessica Horton from the Fox Valley Markets team said: “We have a fabulous line-up of both fresh food and exciting street food to take away at this month’s farmers’ market - it will be a great way to safely enjoy the Easter weekend!”Non-essential retailers, restaurants and cafes are preparing to reopen at Fox Valley from April 12. Keep up to date with upcoming announcements by following their Facebook page @FoxValleyretail or visit www.foxvalleysheffield.co.uk

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