09 March, 2010
After taking a break during the winter months the market makes its debut this year with several new stalls such as Scarecrow Patch who breed ostriches locally to provide fantastic healthy meat, as well as old favourites such as Bridlington based Ocean Reward and their wide variety of freshly caught seafood.
"There will be a selection of stalls with the emphasis firmly on food and fresh produce," commented Hull BID Manager Ken Baldwin. “There really is a great variety of goods including pies, speciality mushrooms, pickles and preserves and even cupcakes. We’re confident there’ll be something here for everyone!"
The market takes place along King Edward Street, starting at 9am and continuing through the day until 4pm. See below for a full list of stallholders.
- East Riding Country Pork: A wide selection of pork produce from pigs reared on their own farm at Rimswell.
- Rosedale Farm: Specialise in poultry, game and smoked products, all cuts and portions.
- Jackson’s: Locally reared Beef fed the old fashioned way.
- Ocean Reward: Seafood caught locally in Bridlington waters.
- Scarecrow Patch: Ostriches bred in Yorkshire to provide a fantastic healthy meat.
- Burtons Sausages: Over 20 varieties sausages created from their own heard of outdoor reared pigs.
- Phat Boy Pies: A choice of pies and pastry products by renowned bakers at Bells of Morley.
- Autumn Harvest: A huge selection of speciality mushrooms creating an eye catching visual display.
- Chris Coyle: Fruit and Vegetables, large variety of all fruit and veg.
- Ribblesdale Cheese: Sells a great choice of cheese alongside pickles and preserves.
- Feast Rising: Local Baker producing a large variety of breads in all shapes and sizes.
- Sciolti Chocolates: an artisan chocolatier, combines Italian passion for fine food tastes with her love of natural English country flavours to create extraordinary handcrafted chocolates of the finest quality.
- Four Fields Oak: A new business that creates chocolate fudge with unusual flavours as well as a selection of cupcakes. Orders for weddings are welcome.
- Coffee Cabin: Concession selling a variety of coffee and refreshments.
- Jan’s Kitchen: starting in April home baked cakes and buns with a real homely feel about it.