Brampton Farmers' Market

Brampton Farmers' Market is run by Sustainable Brampton.  It is a popular market, with a reputation for offering fine quality produce, a great atmosphere and social meeting place.

The market is held on the last Saturday of every month, 9am - 1.30pm and you will find us in the market place near the Moot Hall in the centre of the town.  brampton has plenty of free car parks.

We pride ourselves on the variety and quality of our stalls.  Following guidelines set by FARMA (a national co-operative of UK farmers, small scale local producers and farmers' market organisers), most of our producers come from within a 30 miles radius of Brampton. See below for information on our regular stalls.  We also have hot food and guest stall holders each month.

In addition to the monthly markets, we hold three special markets each year; in the spring, autumn and at Christmas. Alongside our regular food producers, we have crafts, live music, craft demonstrations and hot food stalls.

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Meet the Stallholders

Prince of Pies

We strive to create the finest pies using only the finest locally sourced ingredients, ofter from our fellow stall holders. Some of our recipes date back to the Dark Ages, Viking and Medieval times. We are regularly at local farmers markets, Alnwick & Quayside markets. We do a lot of local shows and national shows including BBC good food and historical events.

Westnewton Artisan Charcuterie

After several years of home Charcuterie, my business is now run from a modern unit - which recently received a 5-star rating from Environmental Health - enabling me to hand craft produce to a high standard; with rigorous shelf life testing carried out locally.  As a result, I now sell produce to farm shops, at farmer's markets & at delicatessens etc.

Dave Norman Ceramics

Pots That Make You Smile

Dave has a Cumbrian based pottery in Castle Carrock where he produces a range of hand thrown practical domestic ware decorated using tradition slip trailing techniques. He also makes raku pots and offers workshops at the pottery if you'd like to make your own raku fired pots. 

Great gifts or a range to collect and add to.

Helen's Herbs

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Helen's Herbs sells a wide range of culinary and aromatic herbs, fruit bushes, annual and perennial garden plants.  Also fresh farm vegetables in season.

Helen and her family live in West Cumbria.

www.helensherbs.co.uk

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Featherstone Farmhouse Pantry

Come and try our delicious, wholsome range of breads which include plain tin loaves (white, wholemeal or malted grain) and a variety of speciality breads.

David Knipe

Free range perchery eggs, chickens and ducks. Bronze and white turkeys at Christmas. All our products are slowly reared and fed on a pure vegatable diet. We also sell chicken and turkey burgers and chicken sausage.

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Hallsford Farm Produce

Our family farm is situated just south of the Scottish Border in Northern Cumbria.

Birdoswald Cheese

Slackhouse Farm is situated on the edge of the Bewcastle Fells.

Our organic handmade Farmhouse Cheese is made using the original recipe brought into Ayrshire from Ireland in 1688 by Barbara Gilmore, a Scottish exile who farmed near Dunlop.

Askerton Castle Estate

Askerton Castle Estate is an organic farm specialising in hardy native breeds in the beautiful wild countryside near Hadrian’s Wall in North East Cumbria.

Deer 'n Dexter

We rear Red deer and Dexter cattle (the smallest of the traditional breeds) on our upland hill farm on the northern edge of
Cumbria's Lake District. 

Our stock are naturally reared and extensively grazed on natural meadows and clover-rich swards. Slowly grown, our meat
has time to develop a mature flavour, whilst remaining tender.

Bessy Beck Trout Fishery

Bessy Beck Trout Fishery is a family owned business situated at the foot of the Howgills that uses the headwaters of the river Lune to operate a fish farm.

Hadrian Organics

Hadrian Organics is a co-operative of organic farmers and growers that was set up in 2002 to sell our produce directly to consumers. We are all based in North Cumbria, close to Hadrian's Wall.

Outreamer

Outreamer Homemade Foods started in 2003 selling cakes mainly to family, friends and work colleagues. I then progressed to supplying a few coffee shops in Carlisle and the local area as well as attending farmers markets where I sell cakes and preserves.

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