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HASLEMERE FARMERS’ MARKET –  FIRST SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH

We are delighted to announce that Haslemere market is back!  Even better it is now on a Saturday, so you can combine your usual trip into town with a jaunt around the market.

The market held on the high street on the first Saturday of every month, has everything you need for the weekend.  From locally grown flowers, honey for your toast to curry for Saturday night and meat for Sunday dinner.  

You can also pick up some lovely sweet treats, such as edible cookie dough and a delicious tipple or two to compliment any purchases.  

HAVE A QUESTION?

Where can I park?

There is plenty of FREE parking in the public car parks, just a short step away from Haslemere High Street. There is Disabled Parking within the public car parks.

Where are the nearest toilets?

The public toilets are situated near the entrance to the main public car park.

Are there disabled parking areas and facilities?

There is Disabled Parking within the public car parks, just a short distance away from Haslemere High Street.

Where is the nearest Station to the Market?

Haslemere Station is approximately 15 minutes walk from the High Street Market. Regular trains to and from Guildford, Godalming and Petersfield beyond.

I would like to contact a Stallholder, what is the best way of doing this?

There are a couple of ways: firstly you could look in the section Browse our Stalls or contact us by e-mail

MOUTHWATERING MILFORD

Those in the know head for Milford’s marvellous market on the 3rd Sunday of every month.

Maybe it’s knowing where to buy the finest locally grown veg, really free range eggs and delicious pies bursting with flavour, or perhaps it’s the inner pleasure of reaping this season’s freshest produce. So join in the hustle and bustle of our traditional market, bag a bargain and pick up something special for a Sunday supper.

HAVE A QUESTION?

Where can I park?

There is plenty of FREE parking behind Secretts’ Farm Shop, with a dedicated Disabled parking area.

Where are the nearest toilets?

The toilets are situated near the start of the market, in the passage way leading to the Farm Shop.

Are there disabled parking areas and facilities?

There is a dedicated Disabled parking area, within the parking area behind Secretts’ Farm Shop.

I would like to contact a Stallholder, what is the best way of doing this?

There are a couple of ways: firstly you could look in the section Browse our Stalls or contact Joy Walley by e-mail or ring 07528 758087

MOUTHWATERING MILFORD

Those in the know head for Milford’s marvellous market on the 3rd Sunday of every month.

Maybe it’s knowing where to buy the finest locally grown veg, really free range eggs and delicious pies bursting with flavour, or perhaps it’s the inner pleasure of reaping this season’s freshest produce. So join in the hustle and bustle of our traditional market, bag a bargain and pick up something special for a Sunday supper.

HAVE A QUESTION?

Where can I park?

There is plenty of FREE parking behind Secretts’ Farm Shop, with a dedicated Disabled parking area.

Where are the nearest toilets?

The toilets are situated near the start of the market, in the passage way leading to the Farm Shop.

Are there disabled parking areas and facilities?

There is a dedicated Disabled parking area, within the parking area behind Secretts’ Farm Shop.

I would like to contact a Stallholder, what is the best way of doing this?

There are a couple of ways: firstly you could look in the section Browse our Stalls or contact Joy Walley by e-mail or ring 07528 758087

It’s a Market weekend again! Join the producers at Godalming this Saturday and stock up on some delicious treats for the week ahead. You’ll find them around the Crown Court area from 10am – 1:30pm.

We’re also pleased to announce that Haslemere will be returning on the 5th June, so all three markets will be back up and running again.

Producers Attending:

Surrey Wildlife Trust

One Nut Baker

Mrs ‘B’s Bees

Simon’s Pies

Nordic Wellbeing Drinks

Butler Country Estates

Ripping Yarns Distillery

WWF fundraising

RESCUE REMEDIES

Amanda Kilpatrick and Penny Green are regular faces on the Charity Tea Stall at Milford Farmers’ Market. Their charity – Rescue Remedies helps homeless dogs find their forever homes.

Rescue Remedies has been operating for 15 years by volunteers from all walks of life. As a rescue they stick by their dogs and do whatever it takes to secure them a forever home. Providing care and love to each and every dog whilst they are with them and applying a rigorous process to secure them the right home. Every penny you kindly donate, via online donation or through the Tea Tent at Milford, is spent on their lovely dogs.

You can find out more about their rescue and offer your support via their website – https://www.rescueremedies.co.uk/

Amanda’s Success Story

I have been volunteering at Rescue Remedies for 5 years now and love every minute. In my time there I have met many many dogs and some have stolen my heart.  One of them who completely did was Sasha Lickle Staffie. A beautiful red staffie who was in a home but was kept in a kitchen most of the time and not walked.

Sasha was badly treated at one time and Rescue Remedies quickly brought her into our fold.  Sasha was shut down when she arrived and very scared. All of the walkers who took Sasha out were giving her all the love she needed. I took Sasha under my wing and walked her numerous times every week and weekend and started to show her what the world can offer a lovely girl like her and that there are many more KIND humans than bad ones.

It took quite a bit of doing with me walking her and other volunteers taking her into their homes for a foster break to show her a “home”.  In the home Sasha proved how good she was. She did not like other dogs in her face but tolerated those who would give her space and walk by.

Sasha came into our Rescue in May 2014. One of our volunteer walkers Angelique fell for little Sasha when I was telling her all about her and that she so needed a break, so Angelique said she would foster her.  Her husband said that Angelique could foster for a short period. When it came to the day of me collecting her and taking her back to kennels it was awful because they loved her so much they wanted to keep her. They were off on holidays and promised to come back for her on their return. The rest as they say …………….is history.

Sasha was homed in September 2015 and has the very very best of life. She is a diva, she is spoilt rotten, she has her humans wrapped firmly around her paws but she is Sasha the most delightful gorgeous little Staffie whom we all love so much.

Rescue Remedies Values:

A Unique Gold Seal Rescue for Our dogs

Never exploited by breeding: All Rescue Remedies dogs are neutered with the exception of puppies which are homed responsibility with the commitment to neuter at their right stage of maturation. No Rescue Remedies dog will be used for breeding.

Uptodate: Information shared on our dogs is honest; up dated daily on our Forum and where possible our websites. Our adoption process is thorough and involves safe guards for our dogs and their potential families ensuring good matching of needs, skills and lifestyle.

Support for entire life: Rescue Remedies stand by their dogs for their entire lives and offer free advice. Our dogs must come back to us if their homing breaks down, receiving them back within given 2 weeks notice. All Rescue Remedies dog are homed with a Rescue Remedies tag on and the Rescue’s details on their microchips, should their owners not be contactable.

Maximising Donations: Donations go directly to payment of vet. & kennel bills and essentials e.g. microchips purchase. All our dogs where ever possible receive a 7 day course of Panacur to eradicate lungworm in case present.

Community of givers: All volunteers, give of their time and pay their own expenses, and other supportive measures directly for the dogs. No one receives salaries or expenses. Only expense paid is for the dog mobile’s diesel for essential Rescue Remedies transportation and occasional bills like essential large postage.

Responsible Management: We are guardians for our dogs and work to ensure we identify, match and meet each dogs needs carefully. We generally counsel for on lead management within the prejudicial, intolerant climate against bull breeds and terrier traits, and offer other dogs their right to personal space also.

Peace only where absolutely necessary: We rarely need to offer Peace and then only when advised by our vets to ensure safety, avoid prolonged suffering: We ensure each dog’s dignity is maintained: We then offer with great love and apology for their humans who during their lives failed to understand or meet their welfare needs.