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Headingley Farmers Market

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Rob Greig / Time Out

Time Out says

Popular market in Leeds’ student district.

Lively market selling fresh local produce, with live music thrown in Yorkshire halloumi. Who knew?

The folks at Yorkshire Dama Cheese do: they even make it in mint flavour.

The company is just one of the 24 stallholders at Headingley Farmers’ Market, along with others such as vegan specialist Happi Food, Hebden’s Seafoods of Whitby, Swillington Organic Farm and Indian and Moroccan spices from Asharun Spices.

There are games and puzzles for children, live music courtesy of local musicians (The Retrolettes and the Yorkshire Brass Band being just two examples) and you can bring your old egg boxes, bottles and glass jars to be recycled. The market, located near The Arc bar, started in 2006 and is accredited by the National Farmers’ Retail and Markets Association and run by local volunteers.

It's held on the second Saturday of every month, from 9am to 12.30pm

By: Tina Walsh



Address: The Rose Garden
North Lane
Opening hours: Second Saturday of every month, 9am to 12.30pm
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