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Food Markets

Somerset Farmers’ Markets Ltd runs many of the farmers’ markets in the county.  The first to open was Glastonbury which has recently celebrated its 15th birthday.  Each market has its own distinctive character ranging from Axbridge held in the town’s medieval square, to the weekly Wells Market with the Cathedral providing a stunning backdrop or the bustling High Street in Burnham-on-Sea. But the aim of every market is to give shoppers the opportunity to browse, sample and select their groceries, meeting up with friends and picking the brains of the producers about menus and cooking methods. The markets are held hold in ten locations.  Most of them run from 9am to 1pm although some are open for a little longer – details of dates and times are given below....

Swan Hotel Wells

A fabulous hotel in Somerset
The hotel provides award-winning accommodation and makes the perfect choice when searching for an hotel in Somerset.
Located in England’s smallest cathedral city, the hotel dates back to at least 1422 and faces the magnificent West Front of Wells Cathedral.
This hotel in Somerset is licensed to hold civil wedding ceremonies and can accommodate large and small receptions.

Eat Dorset Food Fair

Great day out for all the family, taking part in learning all aspects of cooking. Great fun, great people, just a lovely day out. The event should be a week long!!!

Fairways Bed & Breakfast

Fairways Bed and Breakfast sits high up on a hill outside Crewkerne in Somerset and has surrounding views of stunning countryside. This is a great location for couples, cyclists, golfers, walkers, or anybody just wanting to relax in peaceful surroundings.

Hecks Farmhouse Cider

The Hecks family have been making traditional Somerset farmhouse cider in Street for six generations, since 1840. In 1896 Hecks started to make and supply cider to the general public. They make their cider by blending juice from the apples that are grown locally in the farms orchards. The cider is fermented in wooden barrels and sold draught from the wood. Hecks farmhouse cider is one of the few cider farms to still to use the old traditional methods of cider making.  With their award Winning Farmhouse Cider’s, Perry’s and Apple juice’s. They have also won prizes at the Camra’s National Champion Cider and Perry Competition’s, Royal Bath and West Show, Devon County Agricultural Association and many other local produce events. In their farm shop they also sell a wide selection of home-made: Pickles, Cider Vinegar, Chutneys, Mustards, Jams, Marmalades, Honey. As well as a range of locally packed and produced: Cheddar Cheese, Fruit, Vegetables and much more. Also on sale are Pottery Cider mugs and Stoneware Cider Jars. A Variety of sizes available with or with out tap. Stoneware Cider mugs. A Variety of sizes available with picture or Hecks Farmhouse Cider logo. W:  Hecks Cider E:  enquiries@hecksfarmhousecider.co.uk T:  Call and ask for Chris or Andrew Hecks. 01458 –...