At the market this week we have Ally’s Kitchen’s cakes; Robert has a new Sandford Malted Barley Sourdough; Potter’s Pantry has ‘no added sugar’ jams and her new season Seville Orange marmalade and Mary Drage will have some of her beautiful homemade cards for you. Plus all the usual – see below.

Sandford Food Surplus Café

Cooking up surplus food from Oxford Food Bank as a team of volunteer cooks we will create delicious meals to offer on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis at a regular community meal. This is using food that would otherwise go to waste to offer a great deal on lunch here at Talking Shop. We are running a workshop on Monday 7th March, 11am-5pm, for those who would like to get involved and learn how to work ‘Ready Steady Cook’ style – you never know what you will get from the food bank until it arrives! We shall then have our first ever Sandford Food Surplus Café on Wednesday 23rd March. Café open: 12.30-2.30pm. Volunteers needed for shifts between 9.30am-3.30pm. Shifts can be as long or short as required. Email to find out more or register your interest.
Enjoy the market,

This week’s guest stalls:

Ashtrees Farm – Grown in Benson without chemicals.

Ally’s Kitchen – Delicious cakes

Potter’s Pantry – Homemade jams and chutneys made with allotment produce

Simply Foods 2 Go – Tasty Filipino snacks
Mary Drage cards – Handmade cards
Available every week:

Our Market Café serving the best bacon and egg bap around, pastries, DIY toast, fresh coffee, teas and juice.
* Newspapers
* Fresh bread and pastries from Cornfields family bakery, Wheatley and ‘Sandford Sourdough’ baked here in the village.
* Free range eggs from Beechwood Farm and organic eggs from FAI in Whytham
* Great local pork from Jane and Mark Cooper
* Local jams, honey, sauces and apple juice
* Great English cheeses
* Local yoghurt and butter
* SESI refill washing-up and laundry liquid