WHERE: Warleggan Jubilee Hall, Mount PL30 4ES ~ see directions
WHEN: Fridays, 9 am – 2 pm (except Good Friday, Friday of Royal Cornwall Show, and around Christmas/New Year)
See our latest updates at the bottom of this page – this is usually posted here one or two days before the Friday.
>> See Village Greens’ Facebook page*.
Every Friday, Village Greens offers a choice of local fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy produce, along with cakes, preserves, handicrafts and lots lots more.
Refreshments are also available: tea and coffee, cooked breakfasts, light lunches, soups and other snacks (see latest update below).
Village Greens is a Community Interest Company: it is a not for profit business whose guiding principles are that it is good for the animals, good for the environment and good for you.
If you are a producer, volunteer, or customer that would like to get more involved please let us know.
LATEST UPDATE (17 October 2018, about upcoming Village Greens, Friday 19 October)
Last weekend saw us batten down the hatches while Storm Callum blasted the south west. There was no substantial damage around the farm, and when we heard our builders talking about how many Portaloos had blown over in the gale force winds, we knew we got off lightly. At least one had to be lashed to a gate post before it escaped up the road. Who would want to wash out the insides of up to 30 spilled Portaloos on a Monday morning?😷 Only for those with a strong stomach.
Speaking of strong constitutions, the Carn to Cove production in the hall on Friday evening “Shameless Angel” promises a lot of raucous laughs. Please note, not suitable for anyone under 14 or the “easily offended.” See posters or our ‘Carn to Cove’ events page for further details.
Home grown greens on the veg stall this week, including a couple of types of cabbage, and romanesco (cousin of cauliflower) We also have calabrese, leeks, squash, peppers and aubergines.
Lamb sausages are here again, available from the freezer, along with a range of pork, bacon, beef and chicken. Lots of other treats, including home made chutney and marmalade, cakes, scones and sausage rolls.
Cakes that are hard to resist
A selection of fresh vegetables