Tenbury's produce market pitches up at historic house

Tenbury Local Producers Market held at Burford House Gardens Other products available, not just food and drink Don’t wait for winter, stock up on your firewood now. David Ward holds a bag of kindling wood with a large bag of firewood alongside him P

Tenbury Local Producers Market held at Burford House Gardens Digger Digweed pours a celebratory glass of Monkhide Elderberry wine for organisers Carole Clayton and Paul Robinson in advance of the market’s 1st birthday in June Photo: Keith Gluyas (67

Tenbury Local Producers Market held at Burford House Gardens Traditional Blacksmith Alan Colebatch from Hampton Charles, just outside Tenbury, with a lily made from galvanised steel and “T” washed Photo: Keith Gluyas (6724627)

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FORWARD planning was one of the things in mind as the monthly Tenbury local market had an ‘away day.’

The market that usually takes place in the town centre ‘played away’ in May and was staged at Burford House Gardens.

People with an eye to the future were able to stock up early with firewood and kindling ready for the winter.

This was one of the stalls that did not just involve the usual staple of food and drink.

Blacksmith Adam Colebatch from Hampton Charles just outside Tenbury had a stall at which he was selling amongst other things a ‘lily’ that had been crafted from galvanised steel.

There was also a range of food and drink based produce including locally made wine and mutton burgers.

Tenbury began its local produce market just over a year ago from the car park and garden of a pub in the town before moving to a site adjacent to the Pump Rooms.

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