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The Pantry

Piddington Market & Coffee Shop


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Summer Market
The Great British Picnic
GENERAL STORE
All the products we offer have a local connection. When you buy local products, the money goes back into the community, not to a faceless corporation.

Made by Mums: Located in Haddenham, Lucy Brooke


offers seasonal lines of jams, chutneys and confectionery.

Natural Bread Co.: Hand-crafted artisanal breads and


cakes baked from locally milled flour using traditional techniques and slow fermentation. Run by food writer William Black and his wife Claire Vry, the company is dedicated to producing authentic, tasty loaves.

Brightwell Bees: Beekeepers Viv and Steve Moll, in


Brightwell cum Sotwell, have beehives in the surrounding South Oxfordshire and West Berkshire villages. We offer set and runny honey and excellent beeswax furniture polish.

Oxford Cheese Co.: Starting as a cheese shop in


Oxford covered market, they made their first cheese in 1992. Oxford Blue and College White won awards at the 2012 British Cheese Awards.

CiCi-CoCo: Award-winning artisan food company based in


Cuddington. Giuliana Cortese uses locally sourced ingredients to make Italian dishes, inspired by regional recipes collected from family and friends across Italy, for you to serve at home.

Oxfordshire Ales: Award-winning Marsh Gibbon craft


brewery, using traditional brewing methods and the finest ingredients, including spring water historically known for its healing properties and drawn from the village spring at Stump Well.

Cornfield Bakery: Family-run independent craft bakery,


founded in Wheatley in 1972 and now also in Thame, making bread in the traditional way with no additives and with wheat almost exclusively grown in Oxfordshire.

Poppy Louise Cards: Young Chiltern artist Poppy Reid


is interested in paper craft, particularly cut outs intricate designs, often featuring hidden words or quotes. Poppy offers both cut out cards and cards she screenprints by hand from the cut outs. Larger, personalised cut outs make uniquely special gifts.

Crudges Cheeses: Artisan cheesemakers in Kingham,


Karen and Roger Crudge make semi-hard and soft cheeses using milk from Jersey cows in Gt. Rollright, goat milk from near Abingdon and sheep milk near Stratford-upon-Avon.

Jacobs Field Lavender: Toiletries made from lavender


grown in Jacobs Field, Islip an inspiring example of land share. Profits are given to local charities, schoolchildren learn about growing veg, beehives produce honey.

Quince Products Ltd: Based in Watlington, the


company was established in 2005 by Colin and Elspeth Wainwright after Elspeth decided to restore the quince to the British table. Having won many food awards, their products delight food writers, chefs and consumers.

Just Biscuits: Award-winning handmade biscuits,


freshly baked by Jilly Lydon from Stoke Mandeville, made with all butter and other good-quality ingredients.

Rosemarys Jams: Made by our own Rosemary Cox.


Using local fruit where possible, Rosemary has put together a tantalising selection of jams and jellies her rosehip jelly is not only delicious but also good for you. Its packed full of vitamin C and studies have shown that rosehip can be effective in reducing pain from arthritis.

The Littlecote Soap Co.: Formed by Elaine Stavert after


moving from London to a Buckinghamshire farm, the company makes high-quality ethical products from natural ingredients. Products range from the innovative Gin and Tonic range to more traditional soaps and bath bombs.

Shaken Oak Mustards: What started as a hobby has


become a thriving business, based in Hailey, near

Witney. Bruce Youngs mustards quickly won acclaim followed by Great Taste Awards. He uses only the finest ingredients, wherever possible from local sources, and no artificial flavouring, colouring or preservatives.

methods. Several of their products were awarded gold medals in the 2012 Great Taste Awards.

XT Brewing Co.: Born in 2011 at Notley Farm, Long


Crendon, the brewery was created by Russ and Gareth to produce a range of eXTremely tasty beers with a modern twist. All the beers are brewed using traditional methods but on the most up to date equipment.

Upton Smokery: Located just outside Burford, this


family business run by Chris and Vix Mills specialises in smoked meat, game and fish, using high quality, traceable raw materials that are smoked by traditional

STALLHOLDERS
In this market you can find the following stallholders. Say hello to them, and find out more about the goods and products they have for sale.

meet in the village hall to create exquisite and unique works of art using carefully chosen fabrics and skilfull needlecraft.

Pimms and local ale bar: As well as traditional


Pimms, we offer a choice of beers from local craft

Bucksum: David Newman provides local, high-quality


salad and vegetables to restaurants, including Waddesdon Manor and Le Manoir. He also has a small farm shop open to the public near Long Crendon.

breweries Oxfordshire Ales and XT Brewing Co. No, really, its not too early ... You can also treat yourself to a pot of fresh strawberries and cream.

Debbies Home Cooked Food: Debbie Grant produces


proper home-cooked food using local ingredients with no additives, E numbers or preservatives. She will deliver to customers, offering a bespoke service to her clients, including catering for special dietary requirements.

Polkadot of Winslow: Lisa Wright creates delightful


handmade goodies, specialising in handpainting wooden signs, canvases, hearts and boxes. She also produces a range of cards and prints, and sells her gorgeous wares, together with vintage finds, from her shop in Winslow.

Horton Accessories: Chris Cox offers fine-quality


accessories for ladies, gentlemen and the home.

James Soden: Oxford-based photographer specialising


in natural history, James offers a range of high quality prints, cards and other products. Passionate about conserving the environment and protecting wildlife, he uses photography to aid the appreciation and celebration of Britain's wildlife and natural legacy.

Oliphant & Pomeroy: Using locally sourced milk and


cream Elizabeth Prior creates delicious and flavoursome artisan ice cream bites and cover them with Belgian chocolate. Hand-made in rural Buckinghamshire, this ice cream confectionery is made only from natural ingredients and flavourings.

Springhill Farms and Gardens: A regeneration


project that is developing an educational centre and revitalising the extensive farms and gardens resource at HMP Springhill. Their focus is on education, training, rehabilitation and community engagement. Fresh, locally grown produce and garden gifts.

Nicola Jane Pantaleo: Back in Oxfordshire after 10


years in Italy, Nicola uses the art of textiles to create unusual handmade clothing, accessories and home decor that reflect her own personal style and call on her architectural background.

Tony Pearce Plants: Maggie and Tony Pearce, who


live in Piddington, are well-known for their beautiful garden and their horticultural expertise. Tony will be selling a range of plants they have grown themselves, usually propagated from plants in their own garden.

Piddington Bakers: Village community stall selling


delicious homemade cakes and bakes, sweet and savoury, made by the renowned bakers of Piddington. All proceeds will be divided equally between St Nicholas Church and the Village Hall.

JM Walman (Quality Butcher): Located in Launton


and owned by John Walman, whose passion for his craft and enthusiasm guarantees award-winning meats and homemade products, a selection of which he will have for sale.

Piddington Patchers: A group of patchwork


enthusiasts from Piddington and further afield, who