Transition in Kings has created a regular local produce market on Kings Langley High Street.
The event takes place on the third Saturday of each month from 9am- 12 noon and has a growing reputation of bringing the village to life!
Contributors for the market have not travelled more than 25 miles, and include:
Blessed Foods – home made gluten-free organic cakes and pastries.
Hertfordshire Honey – from Langley Hill.
Redbournbury Mill – Bread and cakes, baked at Redbournbury Mill, a community oriented bakery close to St Albans. Bread baked at Redbournbury boasts the lowest possible “food-miles” with the grain grown, milled and baked all within two miles of the mill.
Hazeldene Farm – prime quality meat from naturally reared and organic beef, lamb and pork.
Wobbly Bottom Farm – a gourmet range of soft and hard goat’s cheeses made in small batches from milk produced fresh on the farm near Hitchin.
Our own vegetable stall, offering the seasonal results of our labours from the Community Farm in Kings Langley. During winter months, our vegetables are supplemented from a contribution from Riverford Organic Farms.
Kings Langley Country Market – each Thursday, members of the Kings Langley Country Market sell their locally grown produce, homemade jams and pickles, home-made pies and cakes and crafts at the Reading Room (behind the opticians) in Kings Langley High Street from 10am to 12 noon.
Clare James – our local health food shop in the High Street sells local honey from Langley Hill and Free Range Eggs from Aylesbury.