Local artisan bread, pie and cake maker, Amos & Welsh visits Husthwaite every Saturday between 12.00 and 12.45.
Best sellers include the Five Flour Sourdough – a great all rounder loaf which is lovely for a sandwich, great for toast and the ultimate for a decent Avo toast – and the ‘Yorkshire Growler’, a hand raised pie filled with hand chopped pork fillet and bacon then seasoned with cracked black pepper, apple and sage before finally being finished with an Aspall Cider Jelly.
Location: Husthwaite village green – opposite the church
The Coxwold Village Market takes place at the Coxwold Village Hall on the last Saturday of every month, March – October, from 10am and close at 1pm.
The market is founded on a passion for the community, supporting independent businesses and the provenance of produce. We offer a wide range of artisan, locally made goods which you are guaranteed to love!
Stallholders range from Florists, Bee Keepers, Fromagers and Card Makers to Garden Plant Growers, Butchers, Bakers, Jewellers and Wooden Craft Creators, along with everything in between. It is a hive of talent and inspiration where you can find all you need to fill your fridge, cupboards, present drawer and pet’s tummy! Skip your visit to the supermarket, come and see the delights we have on offer and put a smile on a Stallholder’s face.
For more information, visit: https://www.coxwoldvillagemarket.com/
The charming market town of Thirsk is set in a beautiful and historic part of North Yorkshire. The area is rich in cabinet making skills and has a wealth of furniture making companies with workshops and showrooms for all to see and enjoy.
These companies use a variety hardwoods to make an enormous range of furniture, made to the specific requirements of their customers. People come from all over Britain to have their furniture designed and made by their favourite craftsmen in the wood and style that they have chosen.
The Thirsk Furniture Trail includes seven furniture makers, all committed to producing furniture of exceptional quality. This website offers an introduction to their work and a guide to their workshops where a warm welcome is extended to all visitors. Combined with the wonderful local scenery and other attractions in the area, the Trail is a unique way to enjoy this part of North Yorkshire.
For more information, visit: https://www.thirskfurnituretrail.co.uk/