New delights for artisan market 

Artisan Market

Four new traders will be joining returning regulars at Heaton Fold’s Artisan Market this Sunday (October 16).

Miniature handmade cheesecakes company Manchester Cheesecake, New Zealand food producer Kauri Fine Foods, fine bone china company Willow Bell Pottery, and World of Detox with flavoured honey and honey salad dressings are all new to the monthly market.

The foodie event will be jam packed with high quality food, drinks, crafts and gifts from 15 other producers and suppliers.

Goods include: gluten-free cakes; handmade jams; breads; pies and chocolates; speciality teas; Lancashire cheeses; fresh fruit and vegetables; bespoke home furnishings; crafts, and jewellery.

Market favourite Alain Job, owner of food stall Nkono in Bolton Market, will also be entertaining visitors throughout the day. Mr Job will host a cookery demo at 11.30am and will be showing people how to make a feast of delicious Cameroonian specialities.

In the event of wet or windy weather, the market will take place inside the polytunnels.

The market is organised by Brian Hood, from Signature Soaps – a Bolton-based artisan producer of handmade soaps – in conjunction with the council.

For further information about the market or to enquire about joining future markets, contact Brian Hood, Signature Soaps, on 07888 845112 or e-mail

The garden centre is on Overdale Drive, off Chorley New Road. Free parking is available on site.

Full list of traders attending: Ahmed Olives; Bavarian Patisserie; Bowland Pork; Chillie Relish; Dolce Lusso fudge; Fat Jaxs chutney; I heart Jam; Ickysticky cakes; Jo and Ollies Crafts; Karens Crafts bags and accessories; Kauri Fine Foods – Pies, Quiche, Soups, Xmas Puddings; Manchester Cheesecakes; Rivington chocolates; Signature Soaps; Simply Country Co Cheese; Sugarcake Chocolate brownies; Torc Jewellery; Willow Bell Pottery, and World of Detox flavoured honey and honey salad dressings.

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