Norwood Farmers' Market
- Norwood Road
The information below is retained for historical purposes.
When Martin visited in January 2008 it appeared to be new or recently restarted — a number of people were asking when they are there (the answer being the first and third Saturdays in the month). A card I was given states "Under New Management".
The free-range pork was very good, and the stall had a number of pigs' trotters for sale too (50p each). Crackling was also available pre-packaged (60p) — I bought a piece, which turned out to be about 8 inches square. Prices were very reasonable in general. This stall also sells lamb. The meat is pre-packaged, weighed and priced, but in cling film rather than vacuum packed, so it didn't suffer from the vacuum packing effect.
There is also a vegetable stall; I bought a red cabbage and a cauliflower for 80p each. Again, the quality was very good.
There were a few other stalls (not tried).