A Big Thank You To all who visited our Saturday Christmas Market – a big thank you! We were thrilled to see a steady stream of customers throughout the whole day and delighted to hear so many positive comments. A lot of hard work goes into producing the goods for the day as well as… Continue reading Success
Warm welcome for our new baker Our new baker Lesley has settled straight in and her ‘Fat Rascals’ and ‘no added sugar’ delights are proving rather popular! We are very happy to offer new produce to tempt our regular customers and are looking forward to seeing more of Lesley’s ideas as we head towards our… Continue reading New Producer
Belonging Clitheroe Country Market (formerly WI market) has been part of Clitheroe for over 40 years and has seen many a family grow up. Being part of a community brings a sense of belonging and connection with a wider sense of family and all the laughter, tears and support that go with it! We love… Continue reading Family Feeling
Guess who I met today … One of the advantages of being involved with Clitheroe Country Market is meeting the people who come in through the door – what a diverse bunch!! Whether it’s the loyal weekly supporter who likes to sit in the same chair and place the same regular order for tea and cake… Continue reading Welcome Visitors
New Booklet As Clitheroe Country Market is slightly hidden away down the cobbled street known as ‘Strang Stee’, we have to work that little bit harder to attract new customers. So, after investing in a new sign, fliers and trying our hand at social media, we have now designed a new product brochure which lists… Continue reading Promoting our Produce
News from Lancashire Country Markets On Tuesday we had a visit from Jim Pawson (Chairman of Lancashire Country Markets) and he brought us news and photos from the recent Spring Council meeting. Here is his report: For several years Lancashire Country Markets has been invited by the Lancashire Federation of W.I.s to participate in their… Continue reading Lancashire WI Spring Council Meeting
ribblefm pay us a visit Chris Barnes from new local radio station ribblefm dropped by to find out more about Clitheroe Country market. After interviewing various market members, he joined some of our regular customers over a mug of tea and discovered why they often travelled quite a distance to attend the Tuesday morning event.… Continue reading Country Market featured on local radio
Market re opens for business on Tuesday March 10th One of Clitheroe’s best kept gastronomic secrets opens its doors for a new season Clitheroe Country Market will welcome customers old and new, with traditional home baking, hand made crafts, quality home produce and plants and preserves. Clitheroe United Reformed Church Hall in Moor Lane is… Continue reading New market opens Tuesday March 10th
If there is space in your border – why not fill it with one of our lovely home grown blooms? The plant table is full of all sorts of perennials at this time of year just waiting for a good home.
Busy people leading busy lives Even if you don’t have time to bake, you can still enjoy genuine home made cakes and savouries from Clitheroe Country Market. A varied selection awaits and you can avoid the rush by ordering in advance.