Regency Fayre Farmers Market at The Boringdon Hall Hotel

Entrance to Boringdon Hall Hotel
Entrance to Boringdon Hall Hotel

The Regeny Fayre at The Boringdon Hall Hotel has been organised by Jon of DH Events, Plymouth. The monthly fayre has craft and art stalls one month inside the hotel, the next month it hosts a farmers market with great local producers, on the green just outside the front of the hotel.

The Boringdon hall is a fantastic location for this farmers market, with glorious sunshine on the day I visited Sunday 23rd March, this was the second of a string of fayre’s organised by DH Events at the hotel this year , there is also plenty of free parking and the Hotel can be found on Boringdon Hill, Plympton, Plymouth PL7 4DP.

You certainly will not go hungry at this event, with Street Food, Pizza’s, Fresh Coffee and lots of samples, here’s some of the traders I spoke to………..

 

Beanbug Organic Coffee Trike
Beanbug Organic Coffee Trike

Beanbug sell delicious organic fairtrade coffee from their trike, they attend local markets and events, they can even be seen selling coffee on the streets of Totnes!

Beanbugs trike is unique it uses solar powered energy to power it’s coffee grinder. All their coffee is organic, as are their snacks that are sourced from Clives of Ashburton, some are gluten free also. Their milk is sourced locally from Riverford and of course is organic.

You can visit Beanbug on their website  www.beanbug.co.uk  and on Facebook Beanbug

Pizza Buona starting the pizza oven, such a lovely smell!
Pizza Buona starting the pizza oven, such a lovely smell!

Pizza Buona based in Sidmouth, they make delicious pizza’s in front of your eyes, then cook them in their great woodfired oven, which incidently smells terrific when it is heating up. Pizza Buona make their own pizza bases and can cater for gluten free diets if requested. Pizza Buona will be attending many food events throughout 2014, they can also be booked for weddings  and parties.

You can find Pizza Buona on the web www.pizzabuona.co.uk

Andy & Karen of The Food Dude
Andy & Karen of The Food Dude

The Food Dude is run by Andy and Karen, they come from Newton Abbot in Devon. They serve good honest food, sourcing their produce as locally as possible. Andy also told me that all their sausages and burgers are gluten free, sourced from a local butcher. The Food Dude is available for food events, street food, weddings, parties and corporate events.

More about The Food Dude www.thefooddude.com

Birdy's Devon Honey
Birdy’s Devon Honey

Robert who owns Birdy’s Devon Honey has been making the very best honey, with a little help from his bee’s for many years and he doesn’t just sell honey, you can find hand cream, soap, furniture polish and much more

If you would like to learn a little more about Birdy’s Devon Honey, which markets they attend and find retail stockists, then visit www.birdyshoney.co.uk

 

Eggardon Ryelands Cheese Range
Eggardon Ryelands Superb Range of Cheese’s
Eggardon Ryelands Great Sausage Selection including Gluten Free
Eggardon Ryelands Great Sausage Selection including Gluten Free

Eggardon Ryelands are farmers from Dorset, all their animals are raised outdoors, fed a natral diet and allowed to roam the beautiful Bride Valley.

Eggardon Ryelands bring their very own meat to markets and events in the Westcountry as well as offering a delivery service. I was lucky enough to try their sausages, which by the way are also gluten free and they were delicious, I made sure I came home with a few packets! They also take credit and debit cards at events, which is a great help.

As well as their excellent meat products, they sell cheese’s from Ford Farm and Windyridge, who make some of my favourites!

Find out more about Eggardon Ryelands at www.eggardon.co.uk

 

bheggardonsausages

Nice'N'Seedy with Some Hot Stuff!
Nice’N’Seedy with Some Hot Stuff!

Nice’n’Seedy from Plymouth, has Helen at the helm and she has built up a fantastic tasting range of chilli products. Helen has called herself ‘The Urban Chilli Farm’ she is based in the city and grows her own chilli’s. You will find both mild and hot sauces, jam, ketchup, chutney and much more for sale, as Helen attends markets and events throughout the area.

Nice’n’Seedy can also be found in the Plymouth Pannier Market and you can follow them on twitter @nicenseedy and visit them on the web www.nicenseedy.co.uk

PortleBay Popcorn
PortleBay Popcorn

From Plymouth is Portlebay Popcorn making simple popcorn very good! They made a great range of flavoured popcorn and all but one of the range is gluten free. You will find Portlebay Popcorn at many events in the Westcountry, so be sure to pick up a sharing bag or two, each time you visit!

To find out more about Portlebay Popcorn visit www.portlebaypopcorn.com

 

Well I enjoyed my few hours at the Farmers Market, so be sure to visit the next one!

Here are the dates for this years Regency Fayres at The Boringdon Hall Hotel, Plympton, Plymouth.

  • Sunday 27th April Craft & Vintage
  • Sunday 25th May Farmers Market
  • Sunday 29th June Craft & Vintage
  • Sunday 27th July Farmers Market
  • Sunday 31st August Craft & Vintage
  • Sunday 28th September Farmers Market
  • Sunday 26th October Craft & Vintage
  • Sunday 30th November Christmas Fayre

To book a stall or more information please contact DH Events www.dh-events.co.uk

 

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