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Feb 12 2018

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News from our Farmer’s Market

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Saturday 17th February 9am until noon The Green Wye

February Markets. After a quiet January, it was great to host a fantastic market at the start of February. We had a full array of stall holders, many back for the first time after a well deserved post-Christmas break and despite the cooler weather we had some great support with high visitor numbers. Crumbs Cakes, our newest stall holder, was again in attendance, so please show your support for her and hopefully she will become one of our regulars. Dockers sold our of their wonderful bread and the Cheesemakers of Canterbury had one of their most successful markets. This market, the game of VJ Game is still at it’s winter best and Botterell’s fish is often at it’s finest at this time of year. Perry Court and Ripple Farm Organics continue to sell a great array of winter fruit and vegetables.  It was also great to have the Kent Wildlife Trust at the market, raising awareness of the wonderful work they do in Kent. We also have a new stall holder, please see side article. So please come out and support your local market, shop local, as Wye truly is a local market, with many of our stall holders from within the village and all within the lower 30 mile radius allowed by Farmer’s Markets.
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Welcome to Let’s Eat In. We have a another new stall holder this week, and I know that many people will be delighted to see a stall selling ready to eat and cook at home food. Tara and Gary Gilbert are based in Whitstable, and have proved very popular at Whitstable Farmer’s Market, they were recommended by Della Newman, our previous market manager and owner of Spinning Earth. They produce a range of food to eat at the market and also to be consumed at home. The Frittata’s, sold at room temperature, have proved very popular at Whitstable, produced with free range eggs and being a low GI food. They also sell soups to re-heat at home, chutney’s and hope to be able to make ready to eat salads in the warmer months. Please have a look at their website, and come along and show your support for our newest stall holder. https://www.whitstabletakeaway.co.uk/
Picture: Good support at the last market in cold weather.
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Next Market Dates. Saturday 3rd March 9am to noon Saturday 17th March 9am to noon

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Jan 15 2018

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The Changing Face of the Tickled Trout

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Thanks to Mrs Delia Copland we have some more photographs of shops and businesses from living memory, These were taken during  the 1970’s. Some of these have already been added to our  ‘History of Wye Village Shops and Businesses’ page.

http://wyebusiness.org.uk/a-history-of-wye-village-businesses/

The photograph of the Tickled Trout formerly known as the Victoria Inn certainly shows how things have improved for this popular pub by the Riverside!

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The Victoria Inn now the Tickled Trout.

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Our popular Tickled Trout as we know it today!

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Dec 23 2017

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Lepper’s Homes and Gardens Closes Down.

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Today, Robert Earl owner of our local shop Lepper’s Homes and Gardens (traditionally an Iron Mongers with lots more) has retired. Unable to find someone to take the shop on, sadly we lose another village asset.
Robert took the shop over from his Mother and has run it for many years.

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Many of us wish Robert all the best and I personally thank him for all the support he has given me in the Wye Business Association and village events.
Happy Christmas, happy life Robert, you deserve it!

Ann Sutherland.

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Dec 19 2017

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Thankyou Perry Court Farm!

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The amazing Christmas Tree at the Upper Bridge Street and Church Street junction was once again donated by the Fermor family of Perry Court Farm. Not only are we grateful to these lovely people for our tree but also for kindly delivering it!

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Nov 24 2017

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Congratulations to Wye Beauty

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Ten years have passed since Wye Beauty opened it’s doors in Bridge Street. Since then Robyn Gardner has built up a strong clientele from Wye and surrounding areas.

Robyn  is celebrating 2017 as her 33rd anniversary since starting her first salon, in Tenterden in 1984, and at The  Ashford International Hotel in 1990.

Reliability, quality, dependability and trust have made Robyn and her team members stand out from the crowd, which is why she is still in business when so many have come and gone. Moving within an industry that is more medical, rather than just beauty, Robyn and her therapists offer an unusually large number of treatments available under one roof.

Robyn and her team can suggest the best skin care routine and treatment prescription to suit your budget and skin care needs to give you optimum results, to keep you looking your best. Your face is a worthwhile investment – it is on show for 365 days a year and needs looking after!

Wye Beauty specialise in anti-ageing treatments, and semi-medical treatments such as red vein, skin tag and milia treatment, IPL hair reduction  and semi permanent makeup. Follow Wye Beauty on Facebook . https://www.facebook.com/robyn.gardener.12?fref=ts

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Oct 21 2017

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Ticketyboo together with poet Robert Graham – present Poetry at The Market

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POETRY AT THE MARKET – SATURDAY 2nd DECEMBER- A WINDOW ON WYE

West Window – St Gregory and St Martin Church, Wye.

Wye poet Robert Graham http://healinggardens.click/well practised at Café recitals, will be present at the next Wye Farmer’s Market looking forward to giving recitals to those who wish to listen. http://www.wyefarmersmarket.co.uk/

His recent poem West Window reflects on the historical past of Wye and the very foundations that moulded the village we have today.

Through his talent Robert weaves in words that which is depicted in the beautiful window of our Parish Church. A tribute to all that has gone before.

The poem, illustrated by Ann Sutherland http//:www.ticketyboowye.org has been reproduced as an A3 print and comes packed with its own hard backed envelope making it an ideal gift to send to friends and loved ones.

The print will be on sale at the Wye Farmer’s Market and also from Ticketyboo.

*A POUND FROM EACH SALE WILL BE DONATED TO WYE SCOUTS.

 

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Oct 20 2017

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Awards for our Farmer’s Market and The King’s Head

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Congratulations to both The Wye Farmer’s Market and The King’s Head for winning the following awards! 
Wye Farmer’s Market Saturday 21st October 9am to 12pm

We were very pleased to be nominated as one of the three finalist in the Kent Life Food and Drinks Awards 2017, Wye Farmer’s Market was one of just two Kent Farmer’s Markets that was Highly Commended in the Best Farmer’s Market category, congratulations to the winners Cliftonville Farmer’s Market. Also huge congratulations to the Kings Head in Wye which won Best Pub in Kent! Please see link below for more details.
http://www.kent-life.co.uk/food-drink/winners-of-the-kent-life-and-kent-on-sunday-food-drink-awards-2017-1-5239695
Wye Community Farm – orders will be taken at the market for logs and kindling, and lamb, mutton and beef.

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Oct 18 2017

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Learn to Start a Heart at this Saturday’s Farmer’s Market

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Oct 12 2017

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News from the Wye Farmer’s Market

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Wye Farmer’s Market Saturday 21st October 9am to 12pm

We are looking forward to the Kent Life Food and Drinks Awards 2017, Wye Farmer’s Market has been nominated for Best Farmer’s Market in Kent, so fingers crossed. Please see link below for more details. http://kentfda.co.uk/ Wye Community Farm – orders will be taken at the market for logs and kindling, and lamb, mutton and beef.

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A Big Thankyou to Wye Bakery

Thanks to Wye Bakery for stepping in to provide refreshments at the Farmer’s Market on 7th October, JR Meats who normally provide tea, coffee and sausage/bacon sandwiches were away on their well deserved annual holiday. After some initial problems getting the generator, kindly leant to us by Martin from Bouncing Bears, we eventually got it fired up and the team provided some much needed refreshments. You’ll be pleased to know that JR Meats and their van will be back for the upcoming market. We have also introduced a covered seating area, so please have a seat, grab a drink and something to eat and enjoy.

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Your Market

Please remember that the Wye Farmer’s Market is your market to enjoy, to shop, to meet people, and to relax whilst the kids play on the green. So if there are stalls you would like to see, things you would like to happen at the market, do you want a stall for something you produce (within 30 miles of the market) or know someone who does? Then please do contact me and let me have your thoughts. Craig Macara – Market Manager marketmanager@wyefarmersmarket.co.uk

November 4th Halloween and Bonfire Night Special We will be hosting a halloween/bonfire night special on November 4th November. Prizes for :- – Best Guy – Best Pumpkin Carving – Best Halloween Outfit So please bring your entries to the market by 10am for judging at 10.30. There will also be apple bobbing.

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Future Market Dates and Events Halloween/Bonfire Special Saturday 4th November 9am – 12pm Saturday 18th November 9am – 12pm

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Oct 02 2017

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Valuing Village Shops

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Village shops stand for more than just a place of business. They are places where the community connect. Where the community receive support.  Donating a prize to  a village event is often expected of village shops and businesses. They share both the joys and sorrows of the community and a whole lot more. More than others would ever realise.

Why this afternoon did two female pupils from the Free School throw sticky drink up the window of a village shop whereby it ran down the fresh paintwork which had just been done this afternoon?

These young ‘ladies’ were wearing the School’s uniform and therefore were representing their school.

They let their school down badly.

The owners of the shop in a bid to follow community spirit with the school, by request have in the past given a talk to a class at the school on community.

They have also spent time with a teacher sharing their knowledge on a map  she was preparing for the pupils.

Today’s abuse by pupils of Wye School has led to the owners of the shop involved, withdrawing any help or assistance to the School.

There will be no prizes donated to their fund raising events.

A letter carrying this message was delivered to the School Principal this evening.

The School would do well to teach their pupils to respect our village and make them realise what a privilege it is for them to be here.

A RESPONSE FROM THE SCHOOL

From: Sarah Jessop

Sent: Tuesday, October 3, 2017 8:12 AM

To: ‘ticketyboo@clara.co.uk’

Subject: Community spirit

Dear Mrs Sutherland

Can I apologise for the behaviour of the two girls, I am very disappointed with them. I would like to identify them, if that was possible, any description would help us in this matter.

We will also talk to the students in assembly about community spirit. Please do not hesitate in letting me know should anything like this happen again.

Yours sincerely

Sarah Jessop

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Sep 20 2017

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Cake & Bake – A New Stall for our Farmer’s Market

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What always goes well at any event? Yes, a cake stall! And who better to run one at our Wye Farmer’s Market than Judith Lewis

together with her daughter Gemma and Granddaughter Ruby.

Judith way back, used to run  Ye Old Tearooms in the High Street so standby for some delicious cakes from  three generations of a Wye family.

The market operates every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month round the Post Office Green http://www.wyefarmersmarket.co.uk

Always a great atmosphere and plenty of lovely purchases to make. Including yummy cakes!

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Sep 11 2017

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Wye Motor’s New Additional Service

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Aug 24 2017

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Wye Community Farm Harvest Festival

Wye Community Farm Harvest Festival

       Saturday 9 September  The Honest Miller, Brook 

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 Sheep with Spinning Wheel FM Christmas Market Sausages
   Livestock displays  Country crafts  Food stalls
          BBQ  Real Ales  Hay Pit Games       
    Music from Larkspur

         Adults £5, Under 16’s free of charge.

All proceeds towards WCF’s educational work.
Gates open at 12 noon. Dogs on leads please.

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Aug 10 2017

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New Flying Horse at Wye gets Makeover

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A Beautiful New hanging sign adorns the New Flying Horse at Wye.

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The front of the inn has new signage and attractive large lanterns.

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Jul 06 2017

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Mary Hemsley Interiors – Sale

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Mary Hemsley has had many years in the interior industry

and therefore has a wealth of experience to offer you.

From fabrics to wallpaper, paint blinds and curtains she

is able to help you overcome those interior problems that baffle

and frustrate you.

She is also able to carry out your own ideas and contribute

a few helpful suggestions along the way. Mary’s sale is on from 10th July

and will continue for four weeks.

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Jul 04 2017

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Wye Bakery comes to the front

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There’s much excitement at Wye Bakery in Church Street as they prepare to open their new shop this coming Saturday 8th July.

For some time the Bakery has hidden itself away at the back of the building in Church Street. Now that the original Bakery shop and window has become available the owner Pauline Hickson has been preparing for this proud moment whereby she will be able to display her tasty bread and pastries for all to see. Who could resist and walk on by!

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Jun 14 2017

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Charity Book Fair Last Saturday

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I am delighted to report that we raised £315 for the Demelza House Children’s Hospice at the Book Fair on Saturday.

Huge thanks to all the helpers – Ann, Polly, John and Pat, who manned the stalls and helped clear away. Also Catherine, who drove all the way from Canterbury to give us more load-carrying capacity to shuttle books to and from my store on both Friday and Saturday.

An especial thanks to Gervase, who also brought his car along as well as a strong pair of arms. We shifted around half a ton of books into and out of the Village Hall (i.e. close on one ton of books in total). Without his help, I’d probably have woken up in the William Harvey on Sunday!

I am also very grateful to those very generous villagers who were not able to come along on Saturday, but put donations through my door to support such an inspirational charity.

My final thanks is to all of you who donated the books. Without your contributions there would simply have been no Book Fair!

Ian Cooling

Organiser

 

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Jun 08 2017

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Keep it local with your summer BBQ

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Everything you need for the BBQ will be at the Wye Farmers Market on Saturday 17th June. Burscombe Cliff Farm and JR meats will have a wide range of local sausages on sale, with VJ game also offering wild boar bangers. Wye Community Farm charcoal, salads from Ripple Farm, and Strawberries from Perry Court mean that your BBQ can be a truly local affair. www.wyefarmersmarket.co.uk

 

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Jun 06 2017

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Wye Book Fair

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WYE BOOK FAIR SUPPORTING

DEMELZA HOUSE CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

IN THE LARGE VILLAGE HALL

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From 09.00 to noon on Saturday, 10th June

Wye’s next charity book fair will be run on Saturday, 10th June.

This time, we shall be supporting Demelza House and we hope to

have a volunteer from the Charity manning a table at the Fair with

information about the Hospice and its work.

As usual, a whole roomful of books will be available for sale.

Literally hundreds and hundreds of books will be on display for you

to choose. Fiction and non-fiction. Paperback and hardback and as

usual, we shall have two tables devoted solely to children’s books.

All books are in very good condition and offered at seriously low

prices – well over 95% will be on sale at only £1 each.

We have also had a fine collection of Folio Society books donated.

All are in fine condition, some unread. Several are still on sale at

£40 and more. We shall be selling them at £5 each!

Do come along on the 10th and treat yourself to some real bargain

books while helping Demelza House in their superb work. They

provide care for terminally ill children and their parents who are

suffering the intolerable agony of watching their children die before

their eyes. Young lives ending before they have really begun

Thank you

Ian Cooling

Organiser

 

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May 26 2017

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Wye Community Farm Charcoal Production Training Day

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SATURDAY 24th JUNE

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Spend a day with WCF woodsman Jeff Austin to learn about the ancient craft of charcoal burning. Using WCF’s ring kiln in Brook Wood you will learn about all stages of the process; selection of timber, loading of the kiln, firing, controlling the burn, unloading and grading the charcoal.

£25. To book your place contact WCF: info@wyecommunityfarm.org.uk

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May 24 2017

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Wye Coffee Shop & Kitchen Takeaway

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Takeaway Fridays open till 9.30pm
Homemade burgers, fish and chips lots more …

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May 10 2017

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New Market Manager Wanted for Wye Farmers Market

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Wye Farmer’s Market is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic person to be their new Market Manager. Responsibilities include general planning and administration of the market, organising special events, sourcing new stall holders and carrying out local publicity and marketing.

12 hours per fortnight including market days– flexible to suit your situation although attendance at market days is mandatory – £10 per hour

  • Excellent communication and organisation skills essential
  • Basic IT literacy important – experience of working with social media, websites and Content Mgt Systems useful but not essential
  • Must have own transport
  • Most importantly, must be “community minded” and comfortable interacting with stall holders and shoppers alike.

For more information or for a detailed Job Description please email Mike Webster or send your CV or a covering letter to michaelgwebster@gmail.com . The post remains open until a suitable candidate is found.

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May 04 2017

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Fond Farewell Rumpus as Wye Bakery Comes Upfront

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Wye said goodbye to Rumpus on the Green last Saturday. A popular clothing agency run successfully by Jak Mansell. This was a lively and friendly business based at 22 Church Street. It certainly added sparkle to our village especially  its window displays. We wish Jak and her family all the best for the future. (We will however miss the bargains and lovely clothes.)

Twenty Two Church Street has for many years been a bakery. In 1960 Mr G. Hatton owned the Bakery and sold the business to Mr J Small who in turn sold it to Mr Bob Young. He closed down in the late 90’s -2,000. The shop stood empty until Mary Braithwaite and Nigel Ings opened it once again as a bakery in 2012 after a tremendous amount of restoration.

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  Mary & Nigel

They based the bakery and counter at the rear of the premises and the customers used the side passage to queue eagerly for their bread. The village was pleased to have its Bakery back again.

The shop itself was rented out to Jak Mansell who opened her dress agency Rumpus on the Green March 2012.

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In 2014 Mary & Nigel sought a new project moving up to the Isle of Luing Oban Scotland handing over the Bakery to Pauline Hickson who,  now will take on the shop bringing her wonderful display of pastries and freshly baked bread  back onto the front line of Church Street.

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Pauline Hickson
Congratulations Pauline, Wye Bakery is to come out!

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Apr 28 2017

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Wye Beer Festival 2018

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The Wye Beer Festival is held annually on The Green just near the Post Office TN25 5AH.

The event takes place on the last weekend in June. From Friday until Sunday .

For further information contact:Graham Austen <austen2007@hotmail.co.uk>

Our Farmer’s Markets are held on the same location just off the A28 between Ashford and Canterbury, every 1st and 3rd Saturday from 9am – 12noon.

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Apr 26 2017

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Ticketyboo Latest Artwork for Sale

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Defiant Hops Wye. 450 pxls

15 3/4 ” x 11 3/4” acrylic on canvas £100 by Ann Sutherland

 

              Defiant Hops of Wye

           There was a time when hops grew here.

           They were used to make the finest beer.

           ‘Progress’ ripped them from the ground.

           But… a few defiant hops can still be found.

          Thankfully!

                                                           copyright Ann Sutherland

 

 

 

 

 

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Apr 04 2017

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In Celebration of The WI – 100 Years

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May we draw your attention to The Wye Flower Festival in June.

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Mar 27 2017

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Say ‘Cheese’ at the Wye Farmers Market

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Visitors to Wye Farmers Market on Saturday 1st April will have the chance to try a tasty new product from Wye Community Farm. With cows, goats and sheeps cheese being widely available, WCF have seen a gap in the market and developed a cheese made from pigs milk. Although it sounds like a novel idea, cave drawings in the Scilly Isles show pigs being milked around 4,000 years ago. A grant from the Department for Agriculture and Food Technology has enabled WCF to develop a milking machine for pigs to meet modern hygiene requirements. Anyone wanting a free taste of the new cheese, called Porkies, just has to go to the WCF stall at the market and say “cheese”. The Market is held around the green in the centre of Wye 9am to 12 noon.

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Mar 19 2017

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300 Bread Rolls and Much More as Wye Experiences the Effects of Spring

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This weekend in Wye started off with a jolly note on Friday night. To be sure the Barbers Arms celebrated St Patrick’s day with Irish music and Guinness!

The same establishment appeared to be busy Saturday evening as rugby fans settled down with a pint or two to watch the match.

It is amazing how the weather can affect business, people spend more time at the Farmer’s market when the weather is kinder. The pubs and restaurants benefit too. How lucky we are as a village to sustain four pubs and two restaurants.

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Here’s one young lady who with her husband and friends enjoyed a walk in Wye Woods followed by lunch at The New Flying Horse.

Robert of Leppers Homes and Gardens has his front window full of things to remind us it is time to get busy in our gardens. The store has a wealth of items right on our doorstep giving us more time to get on with those jobs!

Wakelins Butchers only had two portions of their delicious homemade vegetable lasagne left but plenty of fish as they had just had a delivery. Of course their meat always creates a fine display.

Pauline at Wye Bakery told us that as well as baking for this Saturday she had achieved producing 300 bread rolls for The Norton Knatchbull School Party. Judging by the empty bread baskets which surrounded  Pauline, Wye Bakery had had a successful Saturday.

Yes Spring has sprung in Wye and its good for business! Having sampled the homemade marshmallows of many different flavours, such as Bakewell Tart and Peaches and Cream which are produced by a young man at the farmer market….. Readers, if you are tempted to come to Wye, don’t fight it come and enjoy it!

 

 

 

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Mar 12 2017

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History of Wye Village Shops & Businesses

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May we draw your attention to a new article on our ‘History of Wye Businesses Page.’ 

A History of Wye Village Shops & Businesses

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Mar 01 2017

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‘Its a huge thumbs up’ for The Wife of Bath

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Mr & Mrs Robert Ward

Here’s one happy couple who celebrated a birthday at The Wife of Bath last Sunday. Having eaten a delicious lunch they were surprised with a plate containing ice cream and a ‘Happy Birthday’ message lettered in chocolate.

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Here’s what the Wards wrote on Facebook: ‘Thank you for THE most perfect lunch yesterday….. we were looked after SO well! Wonderful atmosphere and totally delicious, delicious food! A huge thumbs up from us!’

 

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Feb 26 2017

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Wye Farmer’s Market Pancake Challenge

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Visitors to the Wye Farmers Market this Saturday will be invited to demonstrate their flipping skills in a series of pancake races,  with prizes for adult and junior winners. Races start at 10 am, with contestants having to flip their pancake at least 10 times over the course of the race – get practicing now!

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Feb 24 2017

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Bugden’s of Wye

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A new article now appears on our History of Wye’s Shops and Businesses Page. http://wyebusiness.org.uk/a-history-of-wye-village-businesses/

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Bugden’s of Wye Church Street.

 

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