Join us this Saturday for the first
Farmers’ Market of 2017!
9.30am to 1pm
The medlar, mespilus germanica, was popular in the UK and Europe for hundreds of years. It’s mentioned in the works of Chaucer, Shakespeare and DH Lawrence. Believed by many to have healing properties, the fruit was enjoyed by the ancient Assyrians and Babylonians.
Creake Abbey Café & Food Hall
Alongside local favourites, fresh meat and fresh vegetables, quiches and pies, the Food Hall now carries useful ingredients for Asian and Middle Eastern dishes including noodles, soya sauces, sumac, tahini, preserved lemons, cous cous and much more. Spice up your January with a bit of help from us!
The Cafe is busy serving Asian soup with chicken dumplings, Boston baked beans and the usual favourites…watch this space for new menu ideas. Don’t forget the Sunday roast every Sunday. Bookings can be made by calling 01328 730399.
Creake Abbey’s Courtyard Shops
Opening times vary so please check the website for individual shop opening information. The Café & Food Hall, Christopher William Country and Six Appleyard open as usual all year round. All shops and services will be open for the Farmers’ Market. Sales continue! Contact info for each shop or service can be found here www.creakeabbey.co.uk.
Hope to see you here!