Farmers' market launched in Cheam

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A new farmers' market has launched in Cheam Village.

The first market took place at the Parochial Rooms on the Broadway, from 10am to 3pm, on Sunday, April 2.

Traders at the event included Nut Knowle Farm Cheeses, No.98 Jams, and So Chocolicious.

The market was organised by Neil Berry, of Cheam design consultancy, Juice.

For more information visit facebook.com/cheamvillagefoodmarket

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8:18am Thu 5 Apr 12

emelem says...

yay! i love cheam and this will make it even better... too bad it's not outdoors, tho.
yay! i love cheam and this will make it even better... too bad it's not outdoors, tho. emelem

8:41am Fri 6 Apr 12

Nberry1 says...

The market hasn't been and gone as the article states. It launches on Sunday 22nd April from 10am to 3pm. The intention is to run the market every 4th Sunday of the month.
The market hasn't been and gone as the article states. It launches on Sunday 22nd April from 10am to 3pm. The intention is to run the market every 4th Sunday of the month. Nberry1

8:17am Sat 7 Apr 12

emelem says...

i was in cheam yesterday and signs outside the parochial rooms said the market was on every friday (with the exception of the one on sunday the 22nd). confusing! and i just found this:

http://www.stallfind
er.com/friday-market
-cheam-i38929.html

which also says it's on fridays...don't see how that would make sense, tho. less business as most people are at work. ah well, we shall see!

p.s. ah! my husband just told me there are two different markets. again, we shall see :)
i was in cheam yesterday and signs outside the parochial rooms said the market was on every friday (with the exception of the one on sunday the 22nd). confusing! and i just found this: http://www.stallfind er.com/friday-market -cheam-i38929.html which also says it's on fridays...don't see how that would make sense, tho. less business as most people are at work. ah well, we shall see! p.s. ah! my husband just told me there are two different markets. again, we shall see :) emelem

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