Kinky shopping down on the farm
Kinky farmers’ market down on the farm.
Tickets will be on sale until 23:30 16th April to give you time to read the instructions for this event before it starts.
Following a break we have collaborated with RAMS to bring you another farmers’ market on Saturday 17th April enabling socially distanced shopping, an outdoor bar, and food in a relaxed setting. For many of us it will be the first chance we have had to relax under open skies in some time and to stretch our legs around somewhere different.
This will be LAM’s first shopping opportunity since December, so if you need to stock up or see what’s new, this is your chance.
We have secured the use of barns and fields on a remote farm on the South Coast near Rottingdean where we will set up a socially distanced one-way market with a BBQ and outdoor bar: ticket holders may not bring their own alcohol onto site. The event will be ticket- only, and we are working on an option for those who wish to shop and collect via drive-through and video calling.
Sausages – host farm-reared South Downs National Park pigs butchered and prepared by Brighton award-winning sausage makers using a 98% pork recipe: Farmhouse (gluten free), Cumberland and Lincolnshire £3.50
Beef burgers – locally sourced organic beef procured by the same award-winning butcher crafted into a gluten free patty £4
Bacon rolls – host farm-reared South Downs National Park pigs £3
Halloumi rolls – Sussex produce, sourced through the local farmers’ supply network £3
Vegan sausages and burgers will also be available on the day.
Add locally produced vegetarian cheese: mature cheddar and Sussex Halloumi (for all you squeaky cheese fans) £1
A range of rolls and French sticks from the Real Patisserie (vg) with gluten free options available. A selection of sauces and chutneys will be available to customise to your taste.
Selection of locally-made, farm-sourced cakes – from £3
Selection of locally produced drinks – from £2
Selection of tea and coffee – from £1.50
We are happy to take food orders in advance for those with specific dietary requirements to ensure you have the food options you want.
A fully stocked bar with a range of beers, cider, all spirits including an assortment of gin’s. Specifics and favourites can be accommodated if requested in advance.
There is ample acreage of parking on site and we are working on an open air shuttle between the site and a short walk from the public transport connection to make it as accessible as possible.
There will be no play area, but if you don’t mind sharing the field with a few sheep there is plenty of space to bring blankets and have a picnic (so long as you comply with the guidelines at the time).
We will install a wifi network to enable the drive through shopping and will try to extend that through the outdoor eating area with a solar wifi network, though we suggest you bring some cash as well
Toilet facilities will be provided in the form of portaloos. Unfortunately the venue is not suitable for wheelchair users other than the drive-through/video shopping.
Details of the location will be sent to ticket holders only. In the event of poor weather, the layout of the venue will be configured to allow a covered picnic area using the more indoor barn for the stalls. Weather permitting the parking and picnic field will allow ample room for people to maintain proper social distancing.
How to get the details
Once you purchase a ticket you will be redirected to a page: click on the link to download the PDF, your tickets will be sent as a separate email.
Disclosed to ticket holders only, Near Brighton
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Hope to see you all there from a distance (of course).
The list of exhibitors is available here