Windsor Farmers’ Market

Windsor Farmers’ Market takes place on the 1st Saturday of the month, 9am - 1pm and we decided to visit on Saturday 2nd March 2019 for the first time. There were about 16 stall holders selling a range of food and drink plus a petting farm and candle stall by Sunningdale Candle Co when we visited the market.

It was lovely talking to the stall holders and sample their offering. We tasted pies, cheese from, honey and curry sauce whilst going around the stalls and we came away with two pots of Yogi Mamas Indian Curry Sauce which we paid full price for, and ate a tub of that evening as a chicken curry and it was delicious.

We found it particularly interesting talking to the lovely Simply Raw Milk about their milk and it's heritage. It was wonderful to hear about their family farm based in Somerset and cows! The vegetable stand looked delicious and their was a great selection of meat available to buy.

The Farmers’ Market is situation on St Leonard’s Road, Windsor and it was straight forward to walk into the town before or after the market. Whilst in Windsor we watch the Changing of the Guard and also did a bit of shopping.

We have previously been to Ascot Farmers' Market, which is over on the blog if you would like to take a read.

*I was not asked or paid to write this post. We paid full price for the produce we bought at the Farmers Market. Views are my own. Click here to view the Berkshire Mummies disclaimer.*

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