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
We will be holding one of our special Saturday markets on August 9th and you are very welcome to pop in and say hello! There will be a lovely array of home baked treats on display and plenty of craft and plant items to buy. We know that many of you find it difficult to make… Continue reading Special Saturday Market August 9th
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.
At Clitheroe Country Market you will find an array of home grown vegetables and fruit in season. The selection changes from week to week but be sure to get to the market on time as produce disappears very quickly!
What is it about the old fashioned scent of sweet peas? There is something simply special about a summery array of sweet peas smiling at you …
A varied selection of delicious home baked and home made produce appears every Tuesday morning!
The Lancashire Country Market AGM The AGM was held on Monday 3rd March at Kirkham United Reformed Church and well attended by representatives of the Lancashire Country Markets. Despite the difficult trading conditions of the past year all markets had a successful 2013 and are preparing to start their first markets of 2014. After business… Continue reading A Ringing Start to 2014
The Clitheroe Country Market Producers … look forward to welcoming you all back on Tuesday March 11th after the winter break. We will be open for refreshments at 9.30am and as usual the market will start at 10am prompt. Don’t forget to bring along all those jam jars you have been saving for us –… Continue reading First Market of 2014 March 11th
The first market of 2013 was well attended and it was good to see so many new faces. The savouries and cakes soon disappeared and there were some late comers who were disappointed to find their favourites had gone – A reminder that it is possible to pre-order items – ask Ann for details. The… Continue reading Market reopens
The countdown begins to our first market of 2013 We are looking forward to meeting new and regular customers on Tuesday March 12th for our first Country Market of 2013 Same location -United Reformed Church 10-11.30 am Tea, Coffee and Cake served from 9.30 am Look forward to seeing you there