The community market is on the third Saturday of the month from 9.30am – 12.30pm in the Community Hall, Bruton Avenue BA2 4QJ. We promote local food and provide space where the community can get together.
We welcome local artists and craftspeople as well as local charities. Come in to find their gorgeous food, gifts, art and craft.
In the café we sell hot Fairtrade drinks, local apple juice and home-made cakes and savouries to eat in or take away. We have bread from Lievito Bakery and organic vegetables from Middle Ground Growers.
Don’t end it, mend it!
The Market is now also a Repair Café: expert repairers from Bath Share & Repair mend broken household items. They can repair your electrical and electronic appliances, garments, gadgets and gizmos. They can look at smartphones and tablets that aren’t broken but are just not working the way you want them to. Often they will be able to show you how to repair it yourself, passing on practical skills. Once you are happy with the repair, you’re asked to make a small donation to Bath Share & Repair to keep their valuable service running. Click on the logo to find out more about Bath S&R – the shop, the How-to Workshops and the Library of Things.
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- The bread we sell comes from independent artisan baker Lievito in Lovington near Wincanton.
- Our vegetables come from Bath’s Middle Ground Growers – there will always be a selection of seasonal organic veg
- 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 (half-price if it is for a local charity).
- To book or for further informaiton, please contact us via email@example.com.
We organise monthly teas providing Company, Conversation and Home-made Cake, in the Methodist Church Hall, at 2:30 pm on the first Thursday of each month.
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.