Info about us
Isle of Farmers' Markets is an affliation of people who wish to promote the growing, making and selling of Manx food and products. It's committee is elected from Accredited stallholders.
The Island has a rich history of markets through which Farmers and producers have traditionally sold their own produce. These markets were not only an essential source of food for the local community, they were also a vital focal point for meeting and socialising.
Isle of Man Farmers' Markets is working to revive this tradition, both by promoting existing markets on the island and by assisting in the creation of further markets.
Buying locally helps to sustain the Manx community and ecconomy and encourage diversification, and also helps in reducing 'food miles' which are having an increasingly detrimental effect on our environment.
Equally important, these markets allow access to the freshest products, with exceptional levels of traceability and also provides the opportunity to meet the people who produce them.
Onchan– 1st & 3rd Fridays of the month, Village Walk Shopping Precinct, 11am – 4pm
No markets between Christmas and New Year. First markets of 2018 are Tynwald Mills, Thursday 4th Jan, Onchan Friday 5th Jan, Ramsey 6th Jan.
Brussels sprouts, cabbage, potatoes, swede, chard, spinach, kale, carrots, leeks, onions, Jerusalem artichokes, parsnips, broccoli, beetroot, cauliflower.
How to Join the IOM Farmers' Markets:
Do you have a product or range of products which you would like to sell at your nearest Farmers' Market? Then why not give Sheila (454549), Dot (470507) or Peter ( 483117 ) for further details. Come along and join the ever growing community of traders who are making food trendy!
Sheila Gawne (Chair), 822992 / 454549
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