Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Please support our local food producers and retailers
The current situation could have a lasting impact on our producers and retailers of local food and drink.
Please continue to support them if at all possible.
We are aware that a number of local food businesses are planning additional services to help those who are not able to reach local shops – we will happily publicise them on this website as details become available.
We will also be happy to publicise any revised arrangements for the public to obtain local food and drink products that are not available through local retailers – please let us know.
Sadly there will be no local food markets for the time being at:
Send any details to ask@ledburyfoodgroup or phone 01531 633637.
Please check our Blog (see below) for regular updates on the situation.
All about local food in and around the Herefordshire market town of Ledbury
Does local food and drink production contribute to our environment, food quality and rural economy?
Does local independent retailing help preserve our ancient town, supporting our fabulous local producers, and protecting our landscape?
In short – yes it does! Ledbury Food Group is a local voluntary group that knows the importance and role of local food and drink. We encourage our wider community to discover the “food heroes” who bring to us the fruits of the land, traditional cider and perry, rare breed livestock, artisan foods and much much more.
Local Food Markets Sadly there will be no local food markets for the time being at: Ledbury Country Market (Fridays) Newent Friday Market (Fridays) – see their Facebook site for information on local orders and deliveries Bosbury Farmers Market (monthly) Great Malvern Farmers Market (monthly) Woolhope Dome Farmers and …
Local food markets this weekend (21-22nd March) Friday 20th March Ledbury Country Market – Burgage Hall, Church Lane, Ledbury – 8.30am to 1pm Ledbury Country Market is a true co-operative run by members and volunteers selling homemade, home grown and handmade local produce by local people for the local …
This will give you a chance to use whatever your choice of sausages may be, but a spicy one would be best. We have a good choice from our local butchers, who all make their own. I would serve this with a side salad, and if you have some …
This is a good way of using up the jars of marmalade that you may or may not have been making with the Seville oranges. If using shop bought marmalade you can use a thick shred, dark one or fine shred instead. I served mine with custard and our …
Explore our website to find:
- Local food and drink events and festivals including our Ledbury Big Breakfast and Ledbury Celebration
- Local food markets around us
- Our Ledbury Farming Year photo projects
- Our extensive directory of local food and drink producers and retailers of all kinds – see the range of local produce on offer!
- Blogs on local food topics
Let’s celebrate our local food heritage!