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The 4th – 10th August is National Farmers Market Week. Farmers Markets are excellent for picking up some locally sourced products which are always well priced and taste delicious.

You can buy things like honey from a bee farm down the road, ostrich burgers that once tried, will never be forgotten, maybe have some chilli sauce that will turn you into a fire-breathing dragon or even some freshly baked bread that will have your nose twitching for more.

There are so many great things you can get at a farmers market that you’d be silly to miss out on.

So, while enjoying your cheap caravan holiday in Worcestershire, why not pop along to one of the following farmers markets and see what you can find;
• Droitwich Farmers Market – 1st Saturday of every month: 9am -2pm
• Webb, West Hagley Farmers Market – 1st Sunday of every month: 10am – 2pm
• Kidderminster Farmers Market – 2nd Friday of every month: 9am – 4pm
• Bromsgrove Farmers Market – 2nd Saturday of every month: 9am – 5pm
• Malvern Farmers Marker – 3rd Saturday of every month: 9am – 2pm
• Webb, Wychbold – 3rd Sunday of every month: 10am – 2pm
• St Peters Garden Centre – 4th Saturday of every month: 9.30am – 2pm

There is also a food festival next month where local farmers will be offering their locally sourced products, this is the St Peters Food Festival which is in the 21st and 22nd September and is an excellent day out for you and your family during your caravan holiday in September.

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