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Wirral Farmers' Market
Next Market: February 14, 2015
Wirral Farmers' Market was established in 2000 and is held every second Saturday in New Ferry from 9.00am to 1.00pm.
There is plenty of free parking in the car park or on the street or come on public transport, click here for more information.
With over 30 stalls you can buy all your fresh produce and many people buy meat, fish and meals for the freezer!
We have a cafe so you can take a break from shopping and meet up with friends.
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We are looking for volunteers to help clear up the market, this takes place between 12.45 and about 2.30 depending on how many people we have available! If you are looking to enhance your CV and are over 16 then this could be an ideal opportunity. Speak to one of the volunteers, email firstname.lastname@example.org - Thanks in advance!
Our charity collection in February will be Claire House.
Our next market is Saturday 14 February, 2015.
We welcomed a new stall in January - Comida Sabrosa - which means Tasty Food - run by Eduardo Ibáñez - he offers a delicious range of Spanish Omelettes. The ingredients are fried potatoes, whisked eggs, and others such as mushrooms, peppers, tuna salad, asparagus and spanish chorizo.
Gluten free produce
With the loss of the No-Gluten Baker we have listed below stalls that are selling Gluten free produce, please ask on the stall:
Other stalls offer vegan and vegetarian produce, apart from the obvious veg and bread stalls.
Please email email@example.com with any feedback or requests and if there is sufficient demand we can look to source this produce.
Thanks for your support.
The Constitution declares that our objectives are:
The Market is a New Ferry Community project run by volunteers. Since we began distributing money we have given over £32,000 to local groups funding everything from sports kits to days out for the disabled. Click here for more information.
In addition the profits from the cafe go to the local Grove Street School.