We’re becoming more ‘normal’ by having stalls closer together.
PLEASE TAKE CARE – please wear a mask when buying food and respect other people’s space
On Saturday September 25th, THE TRADERS MAY NOT BE IN THEIR USUAL PLACE but will be as near as possible to the new normal. ASK if you can’t find a particular stall or food;
Welcome to Moseley Farmers’ Market
Moseley Farmers’ Market will be on SATURDAY September 25th. Please observe and respect other’s space. We advise you to wear a mask. It will be in the centre of Moseley Village. We will have as many of our usual stalls as possible selling a huge range of produce to cater for everyone’s needs; whether it be fruit and vegetables, cheeses and wine, pies, beer or samosas. Everything available is guaranteed to be local and the produce is reared, grown or processed by the people selling: it’s a certified real Farmers’ Market. There will also be stallholders selling non-local food for the benefit of the community such as olives, fish, unusual cheeses and coffee beans & tea leaves. These are placed on the edge of the Farmers Market area if possible
Please follow these simple guidelines at our market:
- Please take care:
- Continue to wear a mask when buying food, keep your distance and use hand sanitiser where necessary.
- Respect other people in wanting you to keep your distance.
We’re a group of amazing volunteers and have been running the Market since August 2000, and any profits we earn are ploughed straight back into the community. This equates to over £91,000 since we began.
“Moseley Farmers’ Market continues to surprise and delight. It is a vital part of the area’s community spirit, and it’s clear that its customers just love being there”.
– Gareth Jones, (one of the judges in 2012)
Aside from becoming the social meeting place for much of Moseley every market, It has won many awards, the most prestigious being the FARMA “Best Farmers’ Market in the UK” in 2009, 2012 and 2016 – the only market to have won it three times. This year we came runners-up. The judge commented: