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Tuesday’s marke in Northampton – food from farmers

The market is open on Tuesday mornings to give people in the town a chance to buy fresh and local produce.

The Tuesday market at Northampton was the starting point for the Healthy Eating Campaign, which is aimed at boosting the health of people in Northamptonshire. The campaign will offer fresh produce from local farmers and encourage people to eat more fruit and vegetables. There are plans to also introduce cookery lessons and recipes.

This campaign is supported by volunteers who will be on hand to talk to locals about healthy food.

The Tuesday market was a one of the original weekly markets and today is the only remaining one. It is an important part of Northampton’s rich agricultural heritage and has been running for more than 350 years. The market always has lots of food from local farmers including fruit, vegetables, meat and bakery goods.

The Northampton market is an award-winning fresh food market in Northampton. It stocks a wide range of products from local, sustainable and ethical suppliers. They offer fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, breads, pastries, fish and shellfish as well as cheese and yogurt.

What to do at the Tuesday’s Market?

You can find a lot of different stalls at the market that you can go to each week to find new items that may be seasonal or just out of your area (depending on where you live). You might want to go early if you want to take advantage of their great deals!

The Tuesday market is a local food market in Northampton. It is held on the first Tuesday of the month, and it takes places at 5am. It is open for six hours in the morning. They have fresh produce, baked goods and many more products from local farmers who produce them.

Machines are replacing farmers at an alarming rate, but luckily there are still some markets that are focused on sourcing their food locally and selling it directly to consumers in order to avoid as much waste as possible.

The weekly market is a community event with an abundance of local produce, handmade goods and a beautiful place to spend your day.

The Tuesday market is a weekly event that brings people and food together. The market is a place where you can purchase organic fruits and vegetables, locally produced eggs, dairy products, organic coffee, artisan breads, freshly roasted coffee beans and much more.

The event has no vendors – just farmers selling their produce right at the stand. It’s an amazing opportunity to meet with the people who do most of the work in growing your food while they’re doing it.

Northampton was the site of a Tuesday market for almost 600 years. The market was the largest in England and had an international reputation, but by 1835 it was in decline.

In 2016, Northampton Borough Council commissioned a masterplan to create an inspiring marketplace to celebrate its history and variety of produce. It is hoped that the new Wednesday Market will be ready in 2020.

The vendor rents are around £300 per week – which means that they make around £1,000 each week if they are there every day.

The market is open from 10am until 4pm on Wednesdays between November and March each year.