Below we list and describe over 40 vendors who regularly attend or have attended the Guildford Farmers’ Market with websites and contact details where applicable.
If you are a regular vendor at the Guildford Farmers’ Market and would like to be listed below but are not currently, please send us an email with your details and we will happily add you!
This means that their eggs are considerably fresher than the majority of the supermarket alternatives.
Between them, Paul and Sheila Flashman look after 6,000 free-range hens laying around 5,000 eggs per day, enabling them to offer a wide selection of sizes.
Biltong is naturally preserved meat, in this case slices of finest silverside from locally reared New Forest beef.
After air drying in a South African drying cupboard, the meat is preserved only by the addition of salt; no other preservatives are used.
Their Sussex Charmer cheese won the gold medal at the Nantwich International Cheese Awards in 2014 for ‘Best Modern British Cheese’, the silver medal for ‘Best Speciality Cheese’ and the bronze medal for ‘Best Hard Pressed Cheese’; quite a haul for one cheese!
In addition to their Sussex Charmer, they sell their Twineham Grange Cheese, unique for being the only British cheese of its type to be approved by the Vegetarian Society.
Just because their products are made at home doesn’t exempt them from meeting the exacting health and hygiene standards set out for commercial operations.They actually produce environmentally friendly, organic breads, using local and fair trade sourced ingredients whenever possible.They use traditional recipes and baking methods, including stone ovens, to produce breads and cakes that look and taste as you imagine they should be.With ethical trading at its heart, Craft Romania now offers a wealth of beautiful products for sale, whilst also providing a much needed source of fair trade income for the people of the Székely region of Romania.The raw materials used in their products are grown in an environmentally sound and sustainable way, and the willow and corn used for basket work is produced in the villagers local area.