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Rochdale Food and Artisans' Fayre

03 October 2020

Saturday 03 October 2020
10am - 4pm

Wheatsheaf Shopping Centre
Upper Mall
Baillie Street
Rochdale
OL16 1JZ

Details:

The very best local cheeses, farm-reared meat, roasted coffee, delicious preserves and so much more will all be hosted under one roof with the launch of the new Rochdale Food and Artisans’ Fayre.

Hosted at the Wheatsheaf Centre in Rochdale town centre on the first Saturday of every month, this new fayre will showcase a passionate and dedicated group of makers, bakers, crafters, producers and rearers - bringing their finest ranges to customers from 10am - 4pm.

Confirmed traders include:

  • Pextenemeknt Cheese (organic cheeses made on a farm in Todmorden)
  • Porcus (farm-reared sausages, bacon and charcuterie)
  • Bee Local (local honey from Bolton beekeepers)
  • Cake Loves Cake (savoury pies)
  • Tiffany’s Bakery Company (cakes, bakes and cookies from Rochdale)
  • Sugar Chic (toffee and fudge, including vegan options)
  • Manchester Cheesecake Company (cheesecakes by chef Pietro)
  • Exchange Coffee Company’s barista van
  • Dipple Tipple (gin)
  • Reedy’s Naturally (preserves, relish, chutney, vinegars, oils and salad dressings)
  • Kinza Creations (handmade glass art)
  • EcoArts WillowCraft (baskets and garden ornaments handwoven from willow)
  • Heights Farm Petfoods (natural dog and cat food).

Remaining 2020 dates for the Rochdale Food and Artisans' Fayre are Saturday 3 October, Saturday 7 November and Saturday 5 December.

Entry fee: Free


07970 104 864

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