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This month at the markets we are looking forward to the summer and all the treats that will bring, after last year we are all hoping for a few more careful social gatherings and some fresh air parties! So we say bring on the picnics and BBQ's.
You can be sure by sourcing your meat from the farmers' market that you will be getting the best local products with high welfare standards direct from the people who know them best, the farmers themselves. We are also proud to have producers who grow their own plants, boil their own jams and chutneys, bake cakes using eggs from their own hens and make cheese from fresh local milk, to name just a few. 

The market at Carlisle continues to grow at its new location, so if you haven’t come down to see us yet why not make a date for the 5th June at the end of the half term holiday? 

Two events to let you know about...
27 MAY – LIVE CUMBRIA COAL MINE DEBATE
Cumbria Future Leaders (https://cumbriafutureleaders.org.uk) are running an online debate on the Coal Mine Issue on 27th May at 5.00pm. The against mine side has : Becky Willis (Slacc and University of Lancaster) ; Giles Archibald (SLDC Councillor) and Duncan Pollard (South Lakes Action on Climate Change). On the pro-coal mine side they have MP Trudy Harris; Mike Starkey the Mayor of Copeland and they are hoping to get a representative from West Cumbria Mines. Local young people (16-25) are encouraged to listen to this event but they have to register first here. Do please pass this message to any young person you think might like to hear this important debate which will affect their future whatever decision is taken.
 
END JUL - CLIMATE CHANGE READING GROUP
The Cumbria Library Service  now has 12 copies of Mike Berners-Lee’s ‘There’s No Planet B’ in stock to lend to anyone who would like to meet to discuss it towards the end of Jul.  This may be combined with our first ‘Green Happy Hour’ discussion since lockdown which we hope to hold at least bimonthly thereafter. Please emailtimothycoombe@damhead.me if you would like a copy or wish to join the ‘happy hour’ group

13 JUN DIGGIN THE TREES
‘Diggin' The Trees’ from  Sustainable Carlisle are looking for volunteers on Sunday 13th June to help keep trees healthy and flourishing by removing tree guards at a wood in Brampton.  Please contact katie@sustainablecarlisle.org if you are interested in helping.
 
Roots, fruit and Veg
New for Carlisle Roots are passionate about bringing you the highest quality organic fruit and veg to Cumbria.

They are keen to make it easier and accessible for customers to purchase high quality nutrient rich produce, sourced from certificate organic farms.

we are glad to welcome them to Carlisle this month!

Carlisle
Market on
Saturday
5th June!
Give and Take
it was wonderful to welcome back the give and take stall last month to Brampton’s market, there were a lot of good swaps and we are hoping for more this month. Do bring down any useful items you have that need a new home. We hope to have the Carlisle give and take back for July, so watch this space!

Brampton Market on Saturday

29th May!

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