Traders and exhibitors in 2013

Bath Beekeepers
Bath Beekeepers promote the craft of beekeeping by offering members and prospective members an educational and social programme of branch activities throughout the year.  A warm welcome is guaranteed to all.

Beans and Herbs (The Herbary)
Supplier of beans, herbs, green manure and sprouting seeds that specialises in and promotes the cultivation of herbs and top yielding, delicious-tasting, high protein beans for the home producer.

Jutta’s Pet Designs
Fun products raising money for The Cinnamon Trust and Happy Landings Animal Shelter.

Mendip Gardening Club
The Mendip Gardening Club meets on the third Wednesday each month in Ston Easton Hall and has interesting and informative talks on a range of subjects.

Pennard Plants
Putting the ‘potato’ into our Potato Day with 80 plus varieties of potatoes for sale by the single tuber, plus onion sets, shallots, garlic, heritage seeds, fruit trees, rhubarb crowns and much more.

Saltford Environment Group
An independent, non-profit making body, set up to: raise awareness of environmental issues in Saltford; encourage activities that make Saltford a more sustainable community; foster links with other similar organisations; involve as many sections of the community as possible; and to liaise with local government and councils to lobby for environmental issues.

Thomas Etty Esq
Heritage vegetable and flower seeds, plus flowering bulbs.

Timmy’s Chillies
Chilli marmalades and jellies for any occasion; handmade in the village of Farmborough, with locally sourced ingredients.

The Wildlife Trusts
The UK’s largest voluntary organisation dedicated to protecting wildlife and wild places everywhere – at land and sea.

Free expert talks (new for 2013)

  • Growing Potatoes (Chris Smith – Pennard Plants)
  • Growing Oriental Vegetables (Pippa Rosen – Beans and Herbs)
  • Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces (Chris Smith – Pennard Plants)


Priston Jubilee Morris
Men’s Cotswold Morris side, meeting weekly at Priston Village Hall.

Somerset Morris
Women’s Cotswold Morris side, meeting weekly at Marksbury Village Hall.

The Knights of King Ina
Mixed Morris side specialising in solo and duet dances known as jigs, from Compton Dundon.

Special thanks

Farmborough Flower Show for providing hot and cold refreshments throughout the day.