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Thank you to all of our stall holders and customers and volunteers for a great Christmas market last Saturday. It was a really busy buzzy community morning. Loads of people through the door. Here’s a tiny snapshot of just some of the beautiful stuff that was on sale.

Christmas Market 2014

If you’d like to contact one of last weekend’s stallholders just drop us an email and we’ll put you in touch.

Now’s the time to fill your Christmas table and your Christmas present list with the fantastic food produced on your doorstep. It’s really easy to order in advance.

Go to our ordering page for the various order forms. Click here.

Fruit, veg, meat, Christmas trees and lots more from The Old Farm tree 2014Shop: Order through us – email orders.talkingshop@gmail.com. Last orders 16th December please.  (Here’s one of their beautiful trees all dressed up.)

Coopers ham, gammon, bacon, sausages, pork: Call Jane on 01235 859262 or email on mcandjcooper@btinternet.com Last orders 12th December

The fantastic Clive’s Pies: Order Pork pies, Game pies, Turkey, Bacon & Cranberry Pies as well as luxurious individual mince pies. For collection from the market or for local delivery. Contact Clive directly on 07765 666625 or commius@hotmail.com. Last Orders 19 December.

LAM Brewing: delicious ales from Sandford’s very own brand new micro-brewery. Contact Kurt directly on LAM@lambrewing.com

In the run up to Christmas we will have all of our usual stock plus

* a selection of the Oxford Cheese Company’s cheeses,

* pickles from the Old Farm Shop,

* fantastic local wine as well as the only English brandy made from wine, from Brightwell Vineyard near Wallingford


Go to our ordering page for the various order forms. Click here.

Email us on orders.talkingshop@gmail.com with any queries and for anything else you want to order.

Local Food brings you great tastes, no added nonsense and benefits like these too: lower food miles, the multiplier effect of money spent locally (which goes on to be re-spent over and over again locally) and valuable support for brilliant small producers.

Go on…. eat Local and gift Local for Christmas!