About us

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New Brighton Farmers Market was established  by the North Byron Farmers Market Association in 2007.

The aim was to create a local food economy; to give the local community access to farm fresh produce and to support local farmers and producers.

The Association also wanted to create a meeting place in which to grow and strengthen community.

New Brighton Farmers Market  has received overwhelming support from day one, with loyal customers returning consistently week after week.

The market now hosts approximately 30 farmer and producers stalls each Tuesday.

 

 

Recent news

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