Made in Roath comes to Farmers’ Market next Saturday

The Made on Roath festival is coming to our local farmers’ Market next Saturday (15th).

The latest RCMA Roath Farmers’ Market newsletter gives details of the partnership with MiR:

“Made In Roath @ The Farmers Market, situated at The Mackintosh Centre, Keppoch Street from 9.30am into the afternoon, brings you the very best in real fresh local food. Fantastic produce to take home and hot food to go. Organic vegetables, eggs, fresh meats, breads, cakes, savouries, ready meals, stunning real ales, duck burgers, Indian foods, samosas, sushi, vegetarian… and much more.

“At Roath Art & Craft Bazaar in the adjacent hall you will find local craftspeople selling their wares including cards, jewellery, pottery, knitted, sewn and crocheted items, photography, water colours and home accessories. Local bee-keepers sell locally produced honey, natural skincare products and beeswax candles. Browse for gifts and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee in the Tea Room. A great market with a fabulous community feeling!

“This unique event includes the Roath Market Big Busk – bop while you shop as Made in Roath brings a varied programme of buskers to the Saturday morning market, all powered by pedal driven amplification. Also featuring; Pyklops’ aka Sophie Barras Triple Optics – a triptic painted live across 3m x 1.5m canvases starting at 11am, also viewable at the Rec on Sunday. Sophie is an artist, photographer and printmaker and has been a DJ in Cardiff. Her portfolio can also be seen at

“Prefab Hand Cart – PreFab which is run by Cardiff’s YMCA Housing Association, process and recondition donated pre-loved clothing and accessories for re-sale at their 1950s themed shop at 73 Albany Road. As well as selling pre-loved items they recycle, or ‘up-cycle’ old donated goods and transform them into new products, sold from their lovely hand-cart. All income generated is directly reinvested back into the project

“Experience Wood for Trees – with furniture Makers Chris Williams and Gayle Rogers. Green Woodturning or Bodging and Sustrans.

Sounds like a great combination – we’ll be there.

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