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In July 2014, The Food Assembly, also known as La Ruche qui dit Oui! in French, launched in the UK enabling the general public to purchase high-quality food while supporting small-scale producers, who create jobs and foster social well-being.
The first Food Assembly popped up in London’s Hackney, then another close to Wales, in Chester. Now we have Food Assemblies all over the country, giving back power to producers and consumers across the UK.
Each Food Assembly is an independent and local project while remaining part of The Food Assembly collective. It is the local farmers and food makers and a unique community spirit that keeps the Network alive.
Starting in France, and now a movement across Europe, there are more than 700 Assemblies have opened in France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany and Italy.

The King Heath Food Assembly is a weekly food co operative allowing you to pick up the finest in local produce each and every week from 7:30pm on wards. You can pre order what you want from the Food Assembly Website, where you are simply required to register as a member.

This is a fantastic way to give something back to the local comminity and food producers, as well as a great way to pick up the finest local food as affordable prices.

 

Moseley Farmers’ Market happens on the last Saturday of the month in the center of Moseley Village. We have over 60 stalls selling a huge range of produce to cater for everyone’s needs; whether it be fruit and vegetables, cheeses and wine, pies and beer, or come for lunch and try succulent pulled pork or for the adventurous – Zebra! Everything available is guaranteed to be local and the produce is reared, grown or processed by the people selling: it’s a certified real Farmers’ Market.
Aside from becoming the social meeting place for much of Moseley every market, It has won many awards, the most prestigious being the FARMA “Best Farmers’ Market in the UK” in 2009 and 2012 – the only market to have won it twice.

 

 

In July 2014, The Food Assembly, also known as La Ruche qui dit Oui! in French, launched in the UK enabling the general public to purchase high-quality food while supporting small-scale producers, who create jobs and foster social well-being.
The first Food Assembly popped up in London’s Hackney, then another close to Wales, in Chester. Now we have Food Assemblies all over the country, giving back power to producers and consumers across the UK.
Each Food Assembly is an independent and local project while remaining part of The Food Assembly collective. It is the local farmers and food makers and a unique community spirit that keeps the Network alive.
Starting in France, and now a movement across Europe, there are more than 700 Assemblies have opened in France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany and Italy.

The King Heath Food Assembly is a weekly food co operative allowing you to pick up the finest in local produce each and every week from 7:30pm on wards. You can pre order what you want from the Food Assembly Website, where you are simply required to register as a member.

This is a fantastic way to give something back to the local comminity and food producers, as well as a great way to pick up the finest local food as affordable prices.

 

Harbourne Farmers Market
A genuine Farmers market organised by Sketts in the main High St of Harborne in Birmingham. A thriving farmers market that is hugely supported by producers and public alike. All producers adhere to a strict criteria which includes a maximum radius of 50 miles. Check their website for full details. A thriving event offering a great choice of local produce.
HELD EVERY 2ND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH.

The Talbot – Knightwick
Everyone talks about Farmers’ Markets as though they have always been about. In fact the movement is barely twenty years old and the Teme Valley Marketwas one of the originals.
It was opened in October 1998 at The Talbot with four stalls in what was the ballroom. There are now about thirty stalls at
the front of The Talbot come hail or shine. (In 2001 it had to close for three months for Foot & Mouth and one month had to migrate to Ankerdine Barn because of floods)

There are stalls at each market selling apple juice, beer and ciders, handmade fudge and chocolates, cakes, cheeses, fruit, honey, meat, charcuterie, scotch eggs, fresh fish, pickles and preserves, pot grown herbs, plants, olives, delicatessen, ready made meals, vegetables, varietal potatoes, wine, asparagus, cherries, strawberries, apples and pears when in season. Together with craft stalls  including hand forged iron work, knitting, cushions,  wood-turning, jewellery, soap and bath products. And it is all made nearby!

The whole idea was for people making good quality things locally to be able to sell their produce to local people. This was The Teme Valley Market’s founding principle. It is one of the few markets run by its stall holders, we put up and take down the marquee and organise our own activities and publicity, so consequently overheads are kept to a minimum.

We are enthusiastic and forward looking and feel we are doing our bit to promote ‘authentic’ local markets selling local food and products and we were recently named as one of the top ten Farmers Markets in England by the Independent Newspaper.

To keep our connection with the land we hold a Plough Blessing service at the January market and a Harvest Thanksgiving at the October market (both short!)

In the past we have taken our market to Italy – Salonè del Gusto held in Turin in October 2000, Abergavenny Food Fair 2003, Royal Show at Stoneleigh 2004 under the patronage of DEFRA and have had a large stand at the Ludlow Food Fair every year since 2000.

 

 

In July 2014, The Food Assembly, also known as La Ruche qui dit Oui! in French, launched in the UK enabling the general public to purchase high-quality food while supporting small-scale producers, who create jobs and foster social well-being.
The first Food Assembly popped up in London’s Hackney, then another close to Wales, in Chester. Now we have Food Assemblies all over the country, giving back power to producers and consumers across the UK.
Each Food Assembly is an independent and local project while remaining part of The Food Assembly collective. It is the local farmers and food makers and a unique community spirit that keeps the Network alive.
Starting in France, and now a movement across Europe, there are more than 700 Assemblies have opened in France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany and Italy.

The King Heath Food Assembly is a weekly food co operative allowing you to pick up the finest in local produce each and every week from 7:30pm on wards. You can pre order what you want from the Food Assembly Website, where you are simply required to register as a member.

This is a fantastic way to give something back to the local comminity and food producers, as well as a great way to pick up the finest local food as affordable prices.

 

Moseley Farmers’ Market happens on the last Saturday of the month in the center of Moseley Village. We have over 60 stalls selling a huge range of produce to cater for everyone’s needs; whether it be fruit and vegetables, cheeses and wine, pies and beer, or come for lunch and try succulent pulled pork or for the adventurous – Zebra! Everything available is guaranteed to be local and the produce is reared, grown or processed by the people selling: it’s a certified real Farmers’ Market.
Aside from becoming the social meeting place for much of Moseley every market, It has won many awards, the most prestigious being the FARMA “Best Farmers’ Market in the UK” in 2009 and 2012 – the only market to have won it twice.

 

 

In July 2014, The Food Assembly, also known as La Ruche qui dit Oui! in French, launched in the UK enabling the general public to purchase high-quality food while supporting small-scale producers, who create jobs and foster social well-being.
The first Food Assembly popped up in London’s Hackney, then another close to Wales, in Chester. Now we have Food Assemblies all over the country, giving back power to producers and consumers across the UK.
Each Food Assembly is an independent and local project while remaining part of The Food Assembly collective. It is the local farmers and food makers and a unique community spirit that keeps the Network alive.
Starting in France, and now a movement across Europe, there are more than 700 Assemblies have opened in France, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany and Italy.

The King Heath Food Assembly is a weekly food co operative allowing you to pick up the finest in local produce each and every week from 7:30pm on wards. You can pre order what you want from the Food Assembly Website, where you are simply required to register as a member.

This is a fantastic way to give something back to the local comminity and food producers, as well as a great way to pick up the finest local food as affordable prices.

 

Harbourne Farmers Market
A genuine Farmers market organised by Sketts in the main High St of Harborne in Birmingham. A thriving farmers market that is hugely supported by producers and public alike. All producers adhere to a strict criteria which includes a maximum radius of 50 miles. Check their website for full details. A thriving event offering a great choice of local produce.
HELD EVERY 2ND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH.

The Talbot – Knightwick
Everyone talks about Farmers’ Markets as though they have always been about. In fact the movement is barely twenty years old and the Teme Valley Marketwas one of the originals.
It was opened in October 1998 at The Talbot with four stalls in what was the ballroom. There are now about thirty stalls at
the front of The Talbot come hail or shine. (In 2001 it had to close for three months for Foot & Mouth and one month had to migrate to Ankerdine Barn because of floods)

There are stalls at each market selling apple juice, beer and ciders, handmade fudge and chocolates, cakes, cheeses, fruit, honey, meat, charcuterie, scotch eggs, fresh fish, pickles and preserves, pot grown herbs, plants, olives, delicatessen, ready made meals, vegetables, varietal potatoes, wine, asparagus, cherries, strawberries, apples and pears when in season. Together with craft stalls  including hand forged iron work, knitting, cushions,  wood-turning, jewellery, soap and bath products. And it is all made nearby!

The whole idea was for people making good quality things locally to be able to sell their produce to local people. This was The Teme Valley Market’s founding principle. It is one of the few markets run by its stall holders, we put up and take down the marquee and organise our own activities and publicity, so consequently overheads are kept to a minimum.

We are enthusiastic and forward looking and feel we are doing our bit to promote ‘authentic’ local markets selling local food and products and we were recently named as one of the top ten Farmers Markets in England by the Independent Newspaper.

To keep our connection with the land we hold a Plough Blessing service at the January market and a Harvest Thanksgiving at the October market (both short!)

In the past we have taken our market to Italy – Salonè del Gusto held in Turin in October 2000, Abergavenny Food Fair 2003, Royal Show at Stoneleigh 2004 under the patronage of DEFRA and have had a large stand at the Ludlow Food Fair every year since 2000.