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Pop-up Farmers’ Market

23rd October 2016 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Meet local suppliers and have a fantastic family day out! Buy delicious food sourced from less than 50 miles away, take part in apple pressing, and relax with music from the Steam-powered Rats! There will also be plenty of free kids’ activities, including facepainting, mask-making, biscuit decorating, and leaf art.

This event, organised in collaboration with the Cambridge Food Assembly and the Cambridge Museum of Technology,  promises to be terrific (and tasty) for all ages. And you can get free entry to the museum on the day!

See the museum’s website for details of how to get to there, including disabled access.


Local suppliers at the market and their products include:

Waterland Organics / Cambridge Cropshare – Organically grown fruit and vegetables.

Darwin Nurseries – Squashes, vegetables, homemade pickles and jams.

Auntie Allie Produce – Homemade jams, chutneys, flavoured vinegars and pickles.

Martha Rosie Bakes –  Cakes and jams.

The Moonbeam Farm Company – Crackers and chocolate.

Ali’s Baltic Bakes – Handcrafted pīrāgi (little savoury and sweet yeast dough pies).

Breadonabike – Delicious and nutritious sourdough breads, all made by hand in central Cambridge using organic wheat, rye and spelt flours. All ingredients locally sourced where possible.

Wobbly Bottom (Teifi Valley Dairy Goats) – cheese from Wobbly Bottom Farm in Hitchin.

Brick House Farm Produce – Free range rare breed pork: sausages, cuts and joints.

Radmore Farm Shop – Fresh meat, cakes and pies.

Alkyona Limited – Extra virgin olive oil.

Hillfarm Oils – Cold pressed rapeseed oil, garlic and plain rapeseed oil mayonnaise, hand wash and lotion, and set and runny honey from Suffolk.

Lord Conrad’s Brewery – Beer and cider from their brewery in Dry Drayton.

WOUP – Vegetarian and vegan soups made from surplus vegetables. Sold hot in cups and as a packaged item.

Holy Schnitzels – serving an Austrian inspired menu from their vintage VW Lt van. Their menu caters for the whole family, including a vegetarian option as well as small children’s portions. All meat is locally sourced: Dingley Dell Pork and Diaper Poultry from Suffolk.


There will also be an indoor cafe with lots of delicious vegan food!

Pop-up Farmers’ Market


23rd October 2016
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Cambridge Sustainable Food


Cambridge Museum of Technology
The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane
Cambridge, CB5 8LD United Kingdom
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