Lancefield and District Farmers’ Market
Established in March 2003, the Lancefield & District Farmers’ Market continues to provide a viable place for producers to trade their vegetables, fruit, honey, eggs, wines, cakes, breads, preserves, herbs, poultry, meats & other off farm produce. The market is managed by the Lancefield Neighbourhood House & is accredited with the Victorian Farmers’ Markets Association – www.vicfarmersmarkets.org.au
Shopping at this market is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint, by reducing food miles we save energy. Seedlings & herbs are sometimes available & we encourage people to grow their own as well. This year the Farmers’ Market celebrated its 14th birthday.
4th Saturday of the Month (3rd Sat in Dec) 9-1 High Street LANCEFIELD
Also check out the RED DOORS BOOKS on High Street and pick up a copy of the new: Pictorial Guide to the Long Lost Lancefield and Kilmore Railway by authors Kylie McKay and Bob Tomkins..
Signings available on the day. All proceeds go to the Romsey Lancefield Historical Society – Ms McKay is the vice-president. Cost is $45