insideSUSSEX Magazine Issue 08 - October 2015 - Page 32

FOOD+DRINK Sussex Farmer’s Markets cont. There are a number of different foods that can be grown through the autumn, and they include apples, carrots, blackberries, potatoes, butternut squash, leeks, Brussels sprouts, cabbages, pumpkins, (savoy and spring green), cauliflowers, kale, onions, parsnips, pears, purple sprouting broccoli, spinach, celery and turnips. So as you can see, you won’t be going hungry! Now, as to where to find these lovely ingredients, you won’t need to look too far from home… Here are just a few to get you started. East Grinstead Farmers’ Market Held on the first and third Thursday of each month, from 9am until 2pm, you can find this farmers’ market on the south side of East Grinstead High Street. Meet the growers and farmers and learn more about where your food comes from. Arundel Farmers’ Market Arundel Farmers’ Market is held on the third Saturday of every month, and the next one is due to run on 17th October. It starts at 9am and can be found in the Town Square. New House Farm Shop, Horsham Situated in a 16th-century Sussex barn, this renovated building is now a farm shop and tearoom. Here you can find all sorts of local produce including fresh fruit and veg, fresh bread, meat, wine, cider and ale, cheese, deli items, store cupboard essentials, ready meals, ice cream and local crafts. Haywards Heath Farmers’ Market Running on the second and fourth Thursday and first Saturday of each month (starting at 9am), the Haywards Heath Farmers’ Market is choc full of gorgeous local produce. If you want to visit, you’ll find it in The Orchards Shopping Centre. Charlie’s Farm Shop, Pulborough Charlie’s Farm Shop, located on a real dairy farm in Sussex, specialises in bringing their customers fresh milk, cream, and ice cream, along with the best in locally grown fruit and vegetables (amongst a plethora of other goodies). Old Spot Farm Shop, Piltdown With fresh fruit and veg delivered to the shop ever