The day has continued. I arrived in Buxton quite handily for the bus down to Bakewell. The really helpful bus driver pointed out that the day ticket was not only cheaper than two single tickets but it also covered a bigger area. So game on and first stop Bakewell.
Where there was a Farmers Market in progress. Hmmm, food….
I had a wander around that. I managed to only buy a couple of things. Something I am already deeply regretting. More cheese would have been nice. Sadly my inner mouse runs rampant, so the more cheese I have the more I eat.
I spent an hour or so there then remembered there was a town attached to the Farmers Market. So I went and had a look at that as well.
Categories: Exhibitions, Food, Heritage, Photography, Transport, travel, Uncategorized, United Kingdom
Tags: artisan, Bakewell, Derbyshire, England, farmer's market, Food, handmade, organic, speciality foods, Uk
I enjoyed our visit to Bakewell a few years ago but remember being disappointed in the Bakewell Tarts on offer despite them being the town’s signature dish. If you ever go to Melton Mowbray – ignore the pork pies. They’re all packaged and nothing like what you expect…
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Hate it when that happens, a place can get a bit complacent and it always backfires. Used the train to Buxton and the Trandev bus day ticket, got down as far as Matlock Bath, always makes me think of Blackpool without the sea. Hope you’re keeping well Mr. B👍