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Honey, Preserves, Oils and Condiments

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You'll find excellent jams and chutneys at Hexham farmers' Market, but also some wonderfull products from our local hedgerows, excellent (and fantastically healthy) rapeseed oils, and a great range of mustards.

Every market:

Northumbria Soup Company - Lovely range of jams, chutneys and suaces, including tomato and plum sauce. Oh, and in winter they do soups too!

Hexham Country Markets - A cooperative of people producing local foods in the Tyne Valley. Includes prize winning marmalades, jams and chutneys.

First market of the month:

Loughbrow House - Mrs Clark produces fabulous jams from fruit in her walled garden on the outskirts of Hexham. Also seasonal fruit and vegetables, including rarities such as quinces and medlars.  Also provides B&B.

Regularly:

Yellowfields - Golden yellow rapeseed oils, produced near Morpeth in Northumberland. A great substitute for olive oil and even healthier.

Vallum Cooking - Local chef James Burton does a very interesting range of preserves, very seasonal, much of it with ingredients gatherd from local hedgerows.

Cumberland Mustard - Brilliant range of wholegrain mustards, one of Cumbria's best kept secrets

Chainbridge Honey Farm - producers of an excellent range of local honey, beeswax candles, creams and other honey related products

Spicy Monkey - Ian Nixon produces scrumptious, ready-made spicy sauces for the nights that you just want something easy.

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For one day only: change of Farmers' market closing time

Regular customers of Hexham Farmers' Market are encouraged to come and do their shopping early on Saturday 26 October 2013 as the market will close at 12noon on that day.  This change will allow the Hexham Community Partnership to set up some of the rides which will form a big part of the Hexham Spook Night which will open at 3pm that same afternoon.

Peter Samsom, the farmers' market organiser for Hexham said: "I apologise in advance for any inconvenience this might cause our customers, but by finishing a little early we'll be able to help this very popular event in the centre of the town. We'll be back to our usual finishing time of 1.30pm on our first market in November, which will be on the 9th."

On Saturday Beaumont Street in Hexham will be closed and producers at the farmers' market will pack up as swiftly and efficiently as they can, but some congestion is likely.