Would you like to start selling at an accredited farmers' market, but don't know where to start? We're collecting expressions of interest, in anticipation of offering workshops in late 2015.
Learn more and contact us here.
The Lancefield & District Farmers' Market was established in March 2003 by the Lancefield Neighbourhood House as a way of connecting farmers' & food producers with the local community.The market has 50-60 stalls depending on season and prides itself on a great selection of fresh produce, mostly organically produced alongside regional wines, honey, eggs, bread, pastries, fruit trees, herbs, live poultry, stockfeed, preserves, fresh pasta, olive oil & emu oil products, cheeses, meats including beef, chicken, lamb & pork (including smallgoods), puddings, potted herbs, exotic plants, worm products, fruit trees, soap, confectionery, wool, small livestock, livestock feeds, charcuterie, cut flowers, potted roses, bulk potatoes and more. The Lancefield centre plantation is a beautiful place to spend one's morning, shopping for provisions underneath the canopy of heritage listed trees & the attractive streetscape.
A community BBQ has local meats cooking, vegetarian foods & fresh juices available from Organic Sunrise, Asian flavours from Taste of the Orient & fresh baked burek from Illynka's Kitchen. Grab a hot Lotus Chai & relax under the trees.
Live music from Sarah Wilkinson most months. Friendly dogs welcome on a leash.
The market also has free facepainting & buskers to entertain. The town of Lancefield is home to cafes, art galleries, a bakery, butcher, great bookshop, antiques & the best vanilla slices are available from the milkbar.
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