‘Arin’s Hummingbird cake is absolutely the most delicious cake I have ever tried. We also had a chocolate mousse cake for a desert when friends came and it is clear she uses the best ingredients and took enormous care with the decoration. Everyone loved it!’ Ann Purchese. When Mary Hampton … Continue reading How Lucky Can A Market Be?
A celebration of long awaited spring sunshine. Everything is so much more enjoyable when the sun is out. The new gazebo offers a better outdoor experience both for our producers and customers, with more space to move around and more cover from rain and sun. We also celebrate our new cake maker – Arin Spencer … Continue reading Spring, Sunshine & Flowers
This policy describes our approach to meet the General Data Protection Regulation requirements: it includes the following elements: Purpose of the database: To circulate information about the Kempley Produce Market and related community activities. Personal data held: The only personal data we hold is your email address. Risk: From our understanding of the GDPR requirements, this … Continue reading Our Data Protection Policy
What a combination, Chocolates & Mustard – both a great success. The Market Team managed to erect the new gazebo with the help of some unsuspecting visitors. Should provide a better environment for our hardy producers who suffer the slings and arrows of our wonderful British weather month after month. So far it’s only been … Continue reading Hot & Sweet
After 8 years of bread making, John O’Keefe was inspired to run off a ditty for the market. An unblemished record of around 2000 loaves of bread – all produced from his own oven at home.
…come along and express your views. The draft plans are nearly ready to present to the village and everyone is encouraged to come along and see the plans and chat to the village hall trustees at the Kempley Café on 24 February from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm. Your views are important and will provide valuable … Continue reading Village Hall Redevelopment Plans
Maggie Bligh, liberating cultivated daffodils from Shaw Common to prevent contaminating the wild variety. This has been an ongoing effort by Dymock Forest Rural Action (DyFRA). But these daffodils don’t go to waste – they are made into Kempley’s unique Daffodil Confetti. A speciality for local brides and Golden Wedding Anniversaries. Available through the Market, … Continue reading Daffodil Confetti
Saturday February 24th Another great musical evening for you to enjoy in the Village Hall. This will be a very convivial affair, relaxed and enjoyable and just whats needed in these cold dark evenings. A potted ‘history’ of the comedy song, mining the archives from the 1870’s to the 1970’s. From Gilbert and Sullivan to Tom … Continue reading
During the KPM markets, after the initial rush when there is a spare minute, Stephen Bull may be seen nipping away from his table of tarts and pies, making a beeline for the croissants of Forest Bakehouse. Every time he comes back with the same comment: ‘really very good, their croissants’. So why not make a visit … Continue reading Really Very Good Croissants
Ever wondered about the story behind J.S.Bach’s famous Partitas and Sonatas for Solo Violin? Or why Bach wrote music the way he did? Then come along and ask! If you would prefer to sit back and enjoy the music, then never fear, Alice will be performing some of the most beautiful and virtuosic music from the baroque era. … Continue reading Saturday February 10th