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Good Morning Today is Thursday 2nd July 2020

The next Dulverton Farmers Market is on Saturday 25th July 2020 10:00 a.m. at The Lion Stables Car Park, Dulverton

Welcome

Enjoy the taste of Exmoor at
Dulverton Farmers Market.

Try a selection of local produce, street food and find locally produced arts and crafts at our market.  Spend the rest of the day exploring our picturesque town on the edge of Exmoor, stay for lunch in one of our many pubs and restaurants and browse our many independent shops.


Traders please register HERE




Join us from 10 am till 2.30pm
April and May dates are cancelled
Future dates subject to government restrictions being lifted
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Little Oak Farm Pork Deliveries

We were so looking forward to attending the first market of the year later this month, but with the current situation the Market has rightly been suspended.  As a result of this we have been contacted by many of our loyal & valued customers enquiring if we deliver to Dulverton. Well the good news is yes we do and what’s more it is FREE DELIVERY . We will be delivering to Dulverton and the surrounding areas every Thursday. All we ask is a minimum order of just £8 and we will deliver your order of fresh pork right to your door. We operate a safe contactless delivery service to ensure everybody stays safe. All you need to do is call us on 01643 841160 or email us your order pork@littleoakfarm.co.uk.  
The Middle White pig is the only specialist pork pig in the UK. A pig that is bred purely for its texture, taste and fat. You cant have pork without fat, it is the fat that makes our Rare Breed pork so tender and enhances the taste. Thats why so many local chefs choose to use our pork on their menu.

From our pork loins which makes for a great Sunday Roast with the most amazing crackling, to our popular pork belly. Slow roasted and again served with a crackling which tastes sensational. We dont cross breed our pigs we want you to have Middle White Pork the way it should be, sweet and succulent.

We are passionate about the breed and they have now been registered with the Rare Breed Survial Trust as an endangered species. Which means there are fewer than 200 breeding sows, our own breeding programme will go a small way in helping this breed survive.

Here's a familiar face! We’ve all seen Dan Garnett selling his fish at markets all over North Devon. There’s not much Dan doesn’t know about fish, from catching them to cooking them. Local fisherman, until recently a Clovelly lifeboat crew member, and unapologetically fanatical about fish and fishing,

Dan conducts his own one-man crusade for the North Devon fishing industry. He's committed to sourcing and selling the freshest local fish of the finest quality, straight off our local boats.

Turn up at Dan's colourful barrow at one of his weekly markets and you'll go away with more than just a fillet of cod in your shopping basket. Make sure you’re not in a hurry – Dan’s bound to buttonhole you about the wonders of fish and the delicious dishes you can cook up with them. If you’re lucky, he may even divulge one of his  famous recipes.

With the help of over 18,000 members and an army of volunteers, Somerset Wildlife Trust has been preserving Somerset’s natural spaces and safeguarding vulnerable wildlife across the county for over 50 years.

Managing 1700 hectares of land and delivering conservation programmes to ensure the next generations are able to enjoy the wildlife-rich landscapes we do today is an enormous undertaking. We rely heavily on membership to generate the funds we need to do this. We cannot safeguard precious habitats and vulnerable wildlife in Somerset without the support of those who live and work around them.

We work closely with farmers and landowners across the county to help them manage land effectively for wildlife.  Alongside this we use our nature reserves to create optimised habitats to support the long term safety of some of our most vulnerable wildlife in the face of the increasing impact of climate change.

Our reserves are also fantastic places for people to enjoy, explore and connect to nature for health and wellbeing.


Sharing our tasty Mediterranean delights across Devon and Somerset .


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