Xmas Market. Saturday December 7th, 10 til 1.

The Xmas Food and Craft market started last week on a glorious sunny Saturday.Opened by Jonathan Edwards, MP in full support of the local community and appreciative of the work of the Ferryside Village Forum.

Your Trustees

The trustees and stall holders worked hard to make the day a real success. Good on you!

Market MusicXmas Market Nov 30th

Large crowds flowed through snapping up Xmas bargains galore and enjoying the fresh food on offer.

This week we will have even more stall holders  coming with fresh baked goods, Christmas gifts and Pembrokeshire Xmas trees and red berry holly.


Xmas Trees

Our usual favourites will be there; Banc organics with their wonderful local vegetables, The ever popular Dave’s Jam  and chutney stall, Lucy’s kitchen with lots of fresh baked goods including samosas, flans and fresh bread. Pete’s Ferryside Xmas cards and prints, Jim’s glass craft ,Sue’s chalet  with hand made clothes and art work. John’s Plants, Colette’s popular hand made jewellery and drift wood beach craft as well as Sarah Tosh’s equisite quilted Xmas gifts . The Market cafe will be open with fresh tea and filter coffee, cake and for the first time home made- filled rolls. All at very reasonable prices.

Not forgetting Brian who will  be selling his popular fresh  Roasted Chestnuts. It must be Xmas!

Roast Chestnuts- get your Chestnuts here!

More News about the Xmas Market

Stall holders are working flat out to ensure this Saturday’s Market is a big success.

Dave Jam is promising his usual vast range of jams and chutneys as well as home made festive mincemeat and four (yes 4) different kinds of pickled onion. Dave and his lads will be serving from behind their new market stall (posh)

Banc Organics are promising a wide range of seasonal vegetables including leeks, carrots, onions, Pembrokeshire potatoes,Brussel sprouts, broccoli and kale. All certified organic and most produce coming from their own fields.

Lucy’s Kitchen will have seasonal fare. Mince Pies, Apple pies, Sausage rolls as well as Spanish clementines and a summer favourite home made samosas. Mike’s making brown and white loaves of bread ( only a few so get their early) as well as Olive and rosemary foccacia, by popular demand. Lucy will also have Italian organic olive oil, organic sunflower oil and organic eggs (£2 a 1/2 doz )

Brian will be roasting chestnuts over our new community brazier.

Come along and enjoy.

Xmas Market- News and produce

The Xmas Market is starting this Saturday, 30th November at 10.00.Old Education Centre, Ferryside.

News about some of our stall holders and their products.

Sarah Tosh -Quilt maker of Upland Arms. Sarah will have examples of her Longarm quilting and bespoke quilts along with a wide variety of bags, table-runners and other smaller patchwork and quilted gifts. Talk to sarah on 01267 267 133 or email toshquilts@yahoo.co.uk

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Collette Chadbund. Collette has a  fabulous range of hand made local craft items using drift wood from local beaches. Xmas Trees, Tea light candle holders, wind chimes and a variety of wooden items. See these pictures  of Collette’s work, all at reasonable prices.

Driftwood Xmas Tree

Driftwood Xmas Tree

Wind Chimes

Wind Chimes

Drift Wood

Drift Wood plaque

Candle Holder from Drift Wood

Candle Holder from Drift Wood

Christmas Food and Craft Market. Grand Opening 30th November.

Series of Three Xmas markets to be held on the site of the Old Education Centre, Ferryside. Key Hole planters, New cafe and lots more . Grand opening by MP Jonathan Edwards on Saturday 30th November. 10.00 ’til 1.00 .


Ring  Lucy on 01267267147 for further information.

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