Oxted Country Market
is a place where you can buy fresh locally produced food and craft-work.
The range of food includes home-made cakes, jam, honey, marmalade, savouries, flowers, plants, seasonal fruit, vegetables, homemade sausages and locally farmed meat.
New and traditional crafts includes items made in wood, hand-made greetings cards and knitwear.
None of the food is pre-frozen so you can buy to put in your freezer. Everything is made under strict hygienic conditions (home kitchens are
inspected) and the label will show the date when it was sold and the name of the person who made it.
The Oxted Country Market is held every Thursday at the Oxted Red Cross Centre
between 10.00 and 11.30am. Buy if you like or just meet over a cup of coffee.
There’s nothing to join. There are also special events throughout the year.
Become a Customer
Become a Producer
Home-made garden produce. Seasonal fruit, plants and flowers. A chance to meet people.
Turn your talents into cash if you are a cook, baker, gardener, craft worker.
The Parcel Scheme
Food parcels for the sick, elderly or for students. Celebration hampers. Parcels for yourself!
The first WI Market was held in Lewes, Sussex in 1919 to provide a place where surplus home-made and home-grown produce could be sold. Visit www.country-markets.co.uk
For further information contact Carolyn on 01342 893495