Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Flemington Farmers' Market
Every Sunday 9am - 1pmMount Alexander CollegeNext Market: Sunday 27 August

News

  • 17.08.17

     Hi ,

    Well seeing Lightwood organic can't let go we have to say a briewf Adieu to John from Wild Dog. The good thing about this is that it means we can start to countdown until Strawberry season. He will be back in I guess 6-8 weeks with Strawberries !!

    and while Its only been a short season for Lightwood Organic Potatoes this year and now sadly for us - it is  over. After this Sunday will be tha last for Mal and Lola as they head back to Bullarto to put their feet up in front of the fire for a well deserved rest.

  • 20.07.17

     Hi

    After five years of sending the weekly market newsletter the brains trust at MicroSoft have decided that its Spam. Evidently they can't or won't differeniate between subscribed mailing lists and bulk spam. So I have to change to a mailing service like Mailchimp which is fine except this means manually reconfiguring the entire list and we have thousands of subscribers on the list who enjoy the weeky news and my musings on family, food, and fable.

  • 13.07.17

     Hi

    As some of you will have noticed the school is re-developing the school grounds and the market site. Already last week we saw the removal of two trees, one near the entrance was causing problems for the plumbing and drainage of the multi-storey block and the other in the bottom quad was taken so they can renovate the bottom area.

  • 06.07.17

     Sad news from Joffa our Big Issue Seller, his doctor has told him to slow down and take better care of himself. This means no more cold mornings at Market. So sadly he has had to call it quits. We will keep our fingers crossed that we might see him back in the warmer summer months.

  • 26.04.17

     Hi 

    Just a gentle reminder that April has 5 Sundays. That means the regular cycle of stallholders is interupted by a rogue Market Day, so make sure you check the list of stallholders to make sure your favourite stallholders are coming.

    The fifth Sunday markets are usually very vibrant with some people discovering stallholders they have never met before its a wonderful mix of new and unexpected, so even if your favourites aren't coming its worth dropping in to see who else is ! 

     

     

  • 15.03.17

    Now is the ideal time of year to plant garlic. It doesn't need a lot of space and it doesn't need a lot of love but you should use good plant stock. and one which is suited to the region. Its no use planting cold climate varieties now that our climate is warmer for longer.

    Make sure you see Rory at Weyhill Garlic this Sunday for tips and planting stock.

  • 08.03.17

     As you know Kate shaved her head last week and raised over $500 for the Thin Green Line.

    Before and after photos here... 

    She wanted me to thanks you all on her behalf for your great support. If you would like make a post shave donation you can see Don at the information and ATM desk.

     

  • 03.03.17
    On March 5th, I will be shaving my head to raise support for The Thin Green Line Foundation.
     
    The Thin Green Line Foundation is the only organisation in the world solely dedicated to providing necessary aid, equipment, and training to park rangers across the globe (including here in Australia) who, quite literally, put their lives on the line to protect the creatures we share our planet with.
  • 08.02.17

     Fruit lovers rejoice

    Not only do you have the golden fruit of the gods come down as Elba Peaches from Howieson you we also have Nashi's coming to market from Hi Fte Pistachio.

    Grown as a compainion crop to their Pistachios, the recent rain has brought on the nashi's which are  now they are ready for market

  • 28.01.17

     So was your Australia Day celebration?