Monthly Archives: November 2012

A trip around the Christmas markets

Those of you I’ve spoken to before may know that I’ve been running this project as part of my Masters in journalism. As such, I’ve been told to make a ‘photo story’ and upload it to my blog. I can … Continue reading

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Find me at… Leominster Market

I realised something when I visited Leominster Farmers’ Market last Saturday. I may sound like a naïve city-dweller in saying this, but since we so often assume our ‘don’t make eye contact’ experience of city life is universal, I think it … Continue reading

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Anything But Plain Chocolate

Sian Fish is the Willy Wonka of the farmers’ market world. When I meet up with her at Whiteladies Road Famers’ Market in Bristol, she is wearing a flamboyant velvet hat, which I think would not have looked amiss on … Continue reading

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The Somerset Soup Company

This is my first farmers’ market expedition. I am at Whiteladies Road, and I am cold and feeling a bit lost. Luckily, I have arranged to speak to George, the creator of the Somerset Soup Company. With a steaming cauldron … Continue reading

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Find me at… Whiteladies Road, Bristol

I set out on my first market adventure with a spring in my step. The day was frosty but the sky was blue, which eased the pain of getting out of bed before 9AM on a Saturday morning. I boarded … Continue reading

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