Town Hall Stalls
The 2017 vendors are listed in alphabetical order below. Click on the logos to visit their website.
Amazing Chefs Sharpener
The amazing chefs sharpener with suction pad, an ideal tool for bringing old blades back to new, a must for amateur and professional chefs alike.
I’m a Graphic Designer based in Wells, specialising in food labeling and packaging. Working on a wide range of projects, with a special interest in providing design support for local businesses.
I work closely alongside my clients to form an understanding of their product, or brand, and whether it’s creating a concept from scratch or evolving an existing brand, I develop intelligent and appropriate ideas that result in creative and effective solutions.
Award-winning 100% pure Canadian maple syrup
Pure Maple is a British Canadian family business that was saddened by the poor quality of maple syrup found in the UK. Working with a cooperative of experienced maple syrup producers in South East Quebec, Canada, Pure Maple is created using the traditional, manual ‘tapping’ process which can only take place during the six-week harvesting season. 100% pure with nothing added or taken away.
Pure Maple syrup has three Great Taste Award-Winning grades: Golden Delicate, Amber Rich and Dark Robust. Grading is done using a combination of the flavour and translucence of the syrup, the lighter maple syrup grades are produced earlier in the harvesting season when the weather is colder.
Saints Preserve Us
Saints Preserve Us is a local artisan company producing and selling delicious jams and chutneys with fruit from my garden less than a mile from Wells. It is all personally hand made in small batches in my kitchen using Fairtrade sugar and other Fairtrade ingredients where possible. Charming decorated baskets are also available to fill with your choice of preserves.
SilverStar Jewellery specialise in sterling silver and semi-precious stone jewellery in both contemporary and modern designs…all hand made.
Annie Wood is primarily a landscape artist based on the Somerset/Dorset border passionately committed to the environment and its local natural history.
Somerset Local Food Direct
We started in 2002, working with Somerset Farmers Markets, as a way of making local produce available to everyone in Somerset. Our ethos is to bring top quality local produce to the door of local customers in the most direct way possible.
We think it important to let you know –
- Where your food comes from
- Who produced it
- How they produced it
- Exactly what went into it
And to help the environment and the local economy –
- We use the minimum of packaging
- We minimise food miles
- We give preference to food produced in Somerset
- Items sourced from further a field will often be fair trade and/or organic