Local shopping in the heart of Haverfordwest

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There has never been a better time to enjoy and support local food and drink.

And there’s never been a better time to enjoy the delicious produce at Haverfordwest Farmers Market!

Held in Castle Square every Friday between 9am and 2pm, the market is now home to more than 20 stallholders selling fresh, local, seasonal produce from Pembrokeshire and its borders.

The products include seasonal vegetables and fruit, award-winning beef, pork and lamb with organic selection, freshly farmed fish and poultry, sourdough and other homemade breads, farm cheese, homemade cakes and jams and much more – including beautiful cut flowers, soft alpaca wool products and more Handicrafts.

Cllr Paul Miller, Cabinet Member for Business, Tourism, Leisure and Culture, encouraged everyone to support the market.

“By shopping at our farmers markets, you not only get to choose from a delicious selection of products, but you also support local businesses that have worked so hard – especially over the past 18 months – and are a valued part of Pembrokeshire’s economy,” said Cllr Miller.

Joe Welch, Pembrokeshire County Council’s Market Manager and Food Representative, praised the stallholders for allowing the market to continue during the closings.

“Haverfordwest was one of the few who managed to keep going, albeit on a smaller scale, which was very much appreciated by its customers,” she said. “In addition, a new order and collection system was introduced that has proven itself and proven to be very popular.”

She added: “We are also pleased that many new customers are using the market and we look forward to many more!”

New dealers at Haverfordwest Market include:

Hillbilly Church: Goat meat and ‘almost ready’ goat meat dishes

The Welsh Saucery: homemade artisanal sauces and seasoning rubs

Flowers and berries: beautiful Welsh flowers from the foothills of the Preselis

Pleasantly inserted: a selection of high quality homemade chutneys, jams, pickles and sauces

The Pembrokeshire Pet Bakery: local family business that makes homemade treats for pets

They join the already amazing range of producers who are as follows:

ANUNA craft bakery: freshly baked sourdough products

Blaencamel Farm: freshly picked, seasonal vegetables, fruits and salads

Cig Lodor meat: fresh beef, pork and lamb

Coland Rise Farm; fresh farm beef

Kuckucksmühlenhof: fresh turkey and chicken from the farm

Dolwerdd milk sheep: a selection of soft, blue and pressed sheep cheese and ice cream

Greenacre market garden: Cut flowers and fresh fruit; Haverfordwest Country Markets: various sweet and savory baked goods, jams, chutneys, fresh seasonal vegetables as well as knitting and handicraft items

Hazel Well Farm: award-winning organic beef and lamb

Ocean Seafoods & Crab Shack: various seafood and fresh fish in season

Old Park Apiary and it’s a beeswax cloth: Pembrokeshire honey and various beeswax wraps

Pembrokeshire beach tree: glass and ceramic-inspired gifts, crafts and jewelry tumbled by the sea

Pennsylvania Farm: fresh eggs from the farm

Teifi farm cheese: Selection of award-winning hard and soft cheeses as well as handcrafted organic spirits

Tynewydd Alpacas: a range of products made from soft alpaca wool

Victoria Inn brewhouse: home-brewed craft ale

The Haverfordwest Farmers Market is held in Castle Square every Friday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Dates for your diary:

Harvest Fayre Market: Friday 29thNS October

Christmas markets (with lots of gift ideas): 3rdapprox, 10NS, 17thNS and 23approx December.


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