The Grove will be full of delights on Sunday (4 July) as the monthly market, Real Food Ilkley, returns between 10am and 3pm.
A spokesperson for the market said: “Our sunny stallholders will be ready with their amazing produce to greet you this Sunday. Remember you can keep up to date with Real Food Ilkley news on Facebook @ilkleyfoodmarket or our new website www.realfoodilkley.co.uk”
Regular stalls lined up for Sunday include:
AC Telfer Fine Art; Commute; Condimental; Cossack Cuisine; Elizabeth J Design; Garth Cottage; Gerhard’s Pretzels; Gluten Freekz; Gourmet Scotch Egg Co; Greenhouse Café; Happy Hogs Catering; Hel’s Bowls; Ilkley Brewery; Ilkley Kitchen; Kandy Kitchen Creations; King Olive; Lasagnas on the Road; Leeds Bread Co-op; Lily & Rabbit; Little Box Kitchen; Love Brownies; Marsh Top Meats; Por Favour; Really Indian; Secret Truffles; Shire Honey; The Holy Smokery; The Organic Pantry; Third Wave Coffee; Tricky Dickie’s Sticky Toffee Pudding Company; TruFoods; Wharfedale Fine Cheese; Wharfedale Candle Co; Woodcutter Creations.
One of the July guest stalls is Andrew Foley and Irakuri Sushi, which was created after making sushi at home for over 20 years. After noticing a lot of sushi available was premade, he wanted to offer sushi that was assembled on request, making it as fresh as possible. Andrew says "At Irakuri all ingredients are handpicked and lovingly prepared, as close to your order time as possible. We specialise in classic flavours which bring out the very best in the fresh, high quality ingredients we use."
Other guest stalls are: Blueberry Hill Preserves; Butternut Box; Cakes Enterprises (Italian sweet bakes and desserts); Cosy P's Pizza; Heart of Sicily; Irakuri Sushi; Janes Gales Design; Otterbeck Distillery; Pacific Ridley; Wharfe and Dale Hot Tub Hire; Woodland Trust, Yorkshire Dales Crafts.
The community stalls are Ben Rhydding Pre-school who are raising awareness of this local charity pre-school with fundraising activities; Christchurch who will be promoting the church's services and events. there will be activities at their stall and Dementia Friendly will be using their stall to raise awareness of dementia and promote their services.
The Grove will be closed to traffic for the duration from Brook Street to Grove Road.