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fairandfunky family food day!

The fairandfunky family food day on 22nd September is the final fringe event for the Holmfirth Food and Drink Festival. It celebrates local and ethical organisations, each stall offering something different; celebrating individuality and independent businesses.

 

We are delighted that the market will be FULL of stalls, and all will be entertained by live music from the markets favourite buskers The Moot! Alongside these are three FREE workshops for all the family to enjoy:

 

Join us, fairandfunky, to upcycle lots of food packaging to make a fairandfunky foodie friend! Feel free to bring some of your empty cereal boxes and yoghurt pots along too: don’t throw it away, make something!

 

Local business Holme Baked is embarking on a new venture at The Wrinkled Stocking and will be hosting cupcake decorating and offering tea tasting, to showcase their talents and goodies.

 

And you can start to grow your own with Growing Works from the Holme Valley Gardening Network! Growing Works is horticultural therapy: working with adults, people with long term health conditions, families, children with additional needs and people with a lived experience of mental health problem.

 

Here we share the list of stallholders – do visit their websites, follow them on twitter and like on facebook. And most importantly come along on the day itself!

 

Cellar 88 – Join the team from Cellar 88 in Holmfirth, to sample non-alcoholic cocktails and decorate your very own cocktail glass.

 

Coeur de Xocolat – Enjoy the delights of delicious Fairtrade chocolate.

 

Coffee Run – Complete your shopping with a cup of high quality coffee from a self contained “pop up” barista coffee experience! Of course their coffee, sugar and tea is all ethically sourced.

 

Colne Valley Museum – Meet volunteers from the local heritage museum in Golcar who celebrate and help preserve traditional skills. They will be bringing a range of homemade preserves and traditional Yorkshire dishes.

 

fairandfunky – Have a look, and a shop, at some of our fairandfunky products. We will be bringing our full range of ethical homeware, along with Grumpy Mule coffee and other Fairtrade food delights. Treat yourself to new bamboo bowls or beautiful ceramic mugs for consuming all your food day purchases.

 

Fair Grounds – Look out for some brilliant recycled paper homeware from Fair Grounds; a fair trade social enterprise working directly with artisans and co-operatives in 9 countries to bring beautiful and ethical gifts, jewellery and homeware to the UK.

 

Freddo Blu – Indulge in some award winning artisan ice cream and Italian style semifreddo desserts from Vanilla Bean in Slaithwaite.

 

Green Valley Grocer – Meet the shop local experts, and, shop local! Green Valley Grocer are bringing as much ‘superlocal’ fruit and veg as they can carry, along with artisan pastas and fruit juices.

 

Heather’s Cookies – Treat yourself to some yummy cookie mixes, all hand made by Heather in Horbury, ready for you to add the dairy and bake your own cookies.

 

Holme Valley Fairtrade Support Group – Meet the volunteers promoting Fairtrade in the Holme Valley and enjoy samples of coffee and chocolate.

 

Holmfirth Methodist Church – Take a look at an excellent range of Traidcraft products from Holmfirth Methodist Church. Usually, this stall resides at the Thursday morning coffee mornings.

 

Lily Pickles – Sample and buy award winning pickles from a local artisan food producers. A range of pastry goods alongside traditional pickles, chutneys and preserves – all handmade with no artificial additives, colourants or preservatives.

 

Love Bread CIC – Take home some real bread from a wonderful social enterprise from Brighouse, passionate about real bread.

 

Milk Street Fine Cheeses – Enjoy more award winning produce: handmade, farmhouse and artisan cheeses.

 

Mrs Madden Makes – Bringing a range of fashionable and fun, unique aprons, art and homewares; handmade in Yorkshire (Ossett to be precise!) with love.

 

Not Just A Trading Company – Meet an inspirational network of community enterprises, who create opportunity for participants and a fair deal for producers through ethical trade. Their products include: coffee, teas, chocolate bars and lollies, and their own unique Kilombero Rice.

 

Notre Reve – Choose a new set of coasters (and more!) from a beautiful range of handmade, individual and unique homeware; all made from slate, all made in Brockholes!

 

Popsweet – Treat yourself to homemade and individually decorated cake pops in a variety of flavours; or try some gingerbread biscuits and marshmallow pops. As well as sweet flowers in a variety of designs.

 

Rich’s Pancakes  – Savour some sweet and savoury pancakes – mouth wateringly made as you wait!

 

Smug Drinks – Get juiced with a new Holmfirth company and their range of antioxidant and B vitamin infused juice drinks.

 

Tea Pot Tea Gifts – Enthuse, or infuse, yourself with tea! Based in Horbury, Tea Pot Tea sell a range of high quality loose leaf teas, luxury herbal infusions and tea making accessories.

 

The Co-operative – Meet the team from the Holmfirth Co-operative Pioneer and taste a variety of products from their Truly Irrestible, Fairtrade and Co-op brand lines. The products will all be available to purchase on the day.

 

The Grape Room – Enjoy a range of organic wines from The Grape Room in Honley.

 

The Porkery – Enjoy a (free range!) hog roast from The Porkery.

 

The Vegan Approach – Meet the team from The Vegan Approach and find out about the vegan diet with easy, and practical tips. A non-profit making group, they will also be serving tasty vegan food at the event. YUM!

 

Yorkshire Ales – Welcoming a proud Yorkshire company to Holmfirth from Snaith with their range of bottled beers.

 

Your Nuts – awaiting information.

 

 

We are also running a children’s competition. Children, aged up to 12 years, are invited to create a “fairandfunky feast” using recycled materials on a paper plate, and bring it to the event on the 22nd September. The most innovative and inspiring feast will win a hamper and a fairandfunky workshop for their school!

 

 

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