Once again our nation mourns the loss of brave men who gave their lives in service to others; our flag is at half-staff, and our thoughts and prayers are with the fallen officers of Baton Rouge and the families they have left behind, and as always, with all of the men and women who put on that uniform and go out there every day to keep us safe; not all of them will go home to those they love, even while the rest of us sleep peacefully under the blanket of protection they help provide.

During halftime of the Rose bowl the Stanford band took the field in Pasadena to troll Iowa fans by playing the theme music for the farmers dating website Farmers

The band got loudly booed by the Iowa crowd at hand but it was too late, Stanford had already won, on and off the field.

The Guildford Farmers’ Market takes place on the famous High Street on the first Tuesday of every month (except for in the month of January) between 10.30am and 3.30pm.

The market celebrated its 10th anniversary back in 2010 and has over 40 different local vendors from Guildford and further afield.

Meats, cheeses, breads, vegetables, art work, jams & preserves, baked goods, fresh herbs, oils, teas and homemade drinks are just some of the things you’ll find at this lovely local’s farmers’ market. Some of the bigger and more accommodating locations nearby include Castle Car Park (GUI 3RW) on Town Path near to the Holy Trinity Church of England and Leapale Road Car Park (GU1 4JX) near the corner of College Road and Leapale Lane.

There are a number of smaller car parks in the area, as well.

Below we list and describe over 40 vendors who regularly attend or have attended the Guildford Farmers’ Market with websites and contact details where applicable.

If you are a regular vendor at the Guildford Farmers’ Market and would like to be listed below but are not currently, please send us an email with your details and we will happily add you!

Biltong is naturally preserved meat, in this case slices of finest silverside from locally reared New Forest beef.