Jul 142014

As always a big thank you for visiting us.

We hope you enjoyed your visit and also enjoy cooking and eating your berries & all the other wonderful produce you took home.

Did you enjoy the band or the cooking demonstrations, let us know.


Hang on to your raffle tickets if you were given some. You may win a £100 worth of vouchers in our draw which will take place next month at 10.30am.


You can always follow us on twitter or like us on Facebook. Please post your comments, photos & recipes, we would love to hear from you.

Our next market is 10th August, so please come and see what’s going on.

It would be great to see you at one of our other markets before then.

20th July – Aylesford Priory and then 3rd Sunday of every month.

 3rd August – Elm Court  and then 1st Sunday of every month.

And please, keep it fresh, keep it local, keep it Kent.
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Jul 092014

Tonbridge FarmersMarket

Sunday 13th June and it’s a Berry Bonanza

Second Sunday of every month

Sovereign Way, Tonbridge TN9 1RG

9.30am – 1.30pm

With over 65 stalls booked in already this month, it is going to be the biggest market in Kent.

July at Tonbridge Farmers’ Market and it’s a Berry Bonanza

Gooseberries, strawberries, raspberries, blueberrys and lots of rarer berries will be available at the market & all the other markets across Kent. It’s a great time to be a berryertarian.

Tonbridge Farmers Market Voucher Draw

Let’s hope you held on to any voucher draw tickets that you were given last month. You could win £100 worth of Vouchers to spend at the market. Find out if you have won at the market after the draw at 10.30 or on any of our reminder services.

What to buy in July at Tonbridge Farmers Market

It really is berries all the way now. All our preserve producers will be frantically making jams, jellies, syrups and much more to keep the taste of summer at the market all year.

A personal plea, please don’t buy all those juicy, succulent, tasty bright red cherries before I get the chance to get to Pinetrees Farm to get myself some.

You should also find on Gary the Fish’s stall, Skate, Wild Sea-bass, Grey Mullet, Red Gurnard, & Plaice, most from day boats working out of Hastings. Also Lobsters from the Rye Bay area.

Lamb is still very good, but it’s now barbecue season so for me, being lazy, it’s burgers & sausages all the way. Don’t forget the cheese & relishes.

If you want something a bit different to up your game, while watching the game why not find Julia & Vincent from VJ Game. Not traditionally game season they will still have locally caught produce. They also make some sausages & burgers which will match any match you’re watching.

Don’t forget the beer, there’s always a good selection from Hepworths, Cider from Duddas Tun and something with a bit more spirit from Nip from the Hip.

What about brewing your own, see the guys from Moodleys.

Music at the Market

It’s their first time at the market so let’s give a big hand to Move over Dali, if all goes to plan they should be playing from 10.30-11.00 & 12.30-1.00pm.

The Market Kitchen

Lots going on at the Kitchen this month.
Matthew Kearsey-Lawson from Kent Fine Foods is doing some wonderful stuff with his own and other products.
We will also have John the Baker giving us an insight into baking. I’m sure his offerings will be very tasty.
Need a private baking lesson? …just pick up one of his business cards.
George @campervanchef will be back from his holidays so should be filled with inspiration.
George does run a catering company, so if you like what he does have a word.
A multitide of other things could happen during the day, so do stick around.

Our monthly charity stall

The market gives a free pitch to a charity each month, so please contact us if you would like to take advantage of this. These pitches are going quite quickly so do please get in touch if you are interested.

By supporting your local markets you are supporting small and micro businesses, the backbone of the economic recovery.

If you need a bigger fix of Farmers Markets and local produce please come and see us at

Aylesford Farmers Market at the Priory, 20th July and the 3rd Sunday of every month.

Elm Court Farmers Market, 3rd August and the 1st Sunday of every month.

Future markets and events at the market will include.

  • 10th August 2014

  • 14th September 2014 A Jam Jamboree – Summer on a Spoon

  • 12th October 2014 Pink Sunday. Raising money for Breast Cancer Care. Customers dressed in something pink will have 10% of all the money they spend today donated to this cause. And lots more pink stuff.

  • 9th November 2014 Love Cheese. A celebration of local cheese.

  • 14th December 2014 Christmas Drinks Special. Local drinks to make your Christmas go off with a bang

  • 12th January 2015 Farmhouse Breakfast Market

  • 8th February 2015 Scallop Sunday

  • 8th March 2015 Seedy Sunday and Marmalade Month

  • 12th April 2015 The Big Curry. With the help of our customers some of the producers are raising money for the Big Curry which is part of the Soldiers Benevolent Fund.

  • 11th May 2015 Real Bread Month

  • 14th June 2015 Our 4th Birthday & it’s Kent Farmers Market Month

    13th July 2015 A Berry Bonanza

You can now follow what the market is up to on Twitter @TonbridgeFmMrkt, Facebook and Flickr. Follow the links from our website.

Customers wishing to get a reminder for the market can do so by emailing steve@tonbridgefarmersmarket.co.uk and just put “reminder” in the subject box or for a text reminder, text “Tonbridge” to 07557739903.

Photos. We now have a good selection. You can view these on our flickr page,


Contact details are

Steve Wood 07876 685853



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