The Bear Flat community market – usually held on the third Saturday of the month – is currently suspended. When it runs it is from 9.30am – 12.30pm, in the Methodist Church hall in Bruton Avenue and we’ll be back soon.
Our aim is to promote local food and to provide space where the community can get together, share information, etc. We welcome local artists and craftspeople, and offer a free table to other groups using the church hall.
- The café serves coffee, tea, hot chocolate and a range of cakes.
- Our vegetables come from the Rich family market garden in Batheaston – we always have a good selection of seasonal veg but come early for the best choice as we usually sell out
- We have a book/DVD swap table each month
- If you make, bake, brew, draw or sew and would like to sell your wares, we charge £5 for a small table and £10 for a large table. To book, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
*We can take orders, too: just email email@example.com by the Thursday before the market, and as long as it is something that is grown locally, we will ensure that it is added to the order.
Follow us on Twitter: @BFAmarket
We organise monthly teas providing Company, Conversation and Home-made Cake, in the Methodist Church Hall, usually on the first Thursday of each month. These tea parties are suspended but will resume when we are advised that it is safe to do so.
If you live on Bear Flat we deliver a card with market and tea dates. If you know of someone who would like an invitation, please pass the list of dates on, or ask us to drop a personal invitation in e.g. to a neighbour.
The market and the teas are organised by the BFA Food group.