Listed below are local producers and suppliers whose products have featured at The Pantry markets up to now. Some of them ran their own stalls, some supplied products for us to sell in the General Store. Our aim is to offer products sourced within the local area, although we make an exception if the product has a local connection – e.g. if it is made by a relative or friend of someone who lives in the village.
We’re keen to feature as many locally sourced and locally made products as possible at our seasonal markets, to keep them fresh and interesting. If you’d like to be considered for a future market, either as a stallholder or to supply your products wholesale for us to sell, please email Francesca.
Zena Ashdown: Large range of handbags and baskets.
Blue Hydrangea: Handmade and upcycled pieces using both recycled and sustainable materials to produce beautiful, unique furnishings and jewellery.
Aurora Jewellery: Collections inspired by classical and vintage jewellery as well as ethnic influences.
Jennie Bosher: Handmade decorations and cards, knitted cushions and toys.
Bradshaws Farm Ice Cream: Ice cream made from fresh milk from their family herd of Holstein-Fresians in Grendon Underwood, Buckinghamshire.
Michelle Bridges: Handmade quilts, cushions, draught excluders, door stops,
Brightwell Bees: Honey and beeswax items from Brightwell cum Sotwell.
Brightwell Vineyard: Award-winning English wines from a vineyard near Wallingford.
Bucksum: High-quality salad and vegetables from a farm shop near Long Crendon.
Patricia Bushell: Handmade angels, vintage paper flowers and little knitted animals.
Carrie Crafts: Retro sweet inspired jewellery, soaps, candles & shabby chic gifts.
Kath Chalk: Individually designed decorative glass art pieces, large and small.
Chiltern Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oils: Grown in the Chilterns, the oil has a delicious light nutty flavour and is rich in omega 3, 6 and 9.
Chiltern Natural Foods: Premium natural confectionery and snacks.
CiCi-CoCo: Award-winning artisan food company based in Cuddington specialiing in Italian dishes.
Common Leys Farm: Home produced pies, sausages, burgers, terrines.
Cornfield Bakery: Family-run independent craft bakery, founded in Wheatley in 1972 and now also in Thame, making real bread in the traditional way – no additives and with wheat almost exclusively grown in Oxfordshire.
Crudges Cheeses: Artisan cheesemakers based in Kingham, near Chipping Norton, making a range of semi-hard and soft cheeses using locally sourced milk.
Debbie’s Home Cooked Food: ‘Proper’ home-cooked food using local ingredients with no additives, E numbers or preservatives.
Penny Duncan: Textile and mixed-media pictures and cards.
Duns Tew Pottery: Functional stoneware pottery.
Event and Party Balloons: Balloons for all occasions.
Fish 4 You: High-quality fish, plus a range of gourmet food products, delivered free to your door.
Flooseymoo Jewellery: Handmade silver & semi-precious gemstone jewellery
Forever Living: Aloe vera products.
Gaia Products (Vasiliki Ntavertzani): Real Greek pine honey and thyme honeyand handmade Greek specialities.
GladBags: Handmade bags for all occasions, created entirely out of recycled fabrics.
Peter Goss: Local butcher offering a good range of traditional, quality meats and poultry all sourced from local farms.
Haddenham Pottery (Colin Nicholls): Functional domestic pottery.
The Hat Hire Company: Hats, fascinators, seasonal fashion accessories and contemporary jewellery.
Kathy Hodge: Agate pendants, snoods, fabric beaded necklaces and accessories.
Horton Accessories: Fine-quality accessories for ladies, gentlemen and the home.
I’m Japanese: Traditional Japanese family food using locally sourced, organic, free range ingredients.
Islip Mill Honey: Set and clear local honey.
Jacobs Field Lavender: Toiletries made from extracted oils produced from lavender grown in Jacobs Field in Islip, Oxfordshire.
Jazzy Lily Hot Glass (Pauline Holt): Handmade glass bead jewellery.
Katy Anne Crafts (Kathryn Roberts-Lock): Hama bead art/items and sewn items.
Jillicious: Homemade preserves with seasonal fruit and veg plus handmade tea cosies.
Jim and Jules Big Adventure: Small-batch chutneys, jams, curds and marmalades, with most ingredients locally sourced and handpicked. They make our Piddington Apple Chutney for us, using 100% Piddington apples donated by villagers!
Just Biscuits: Handmade biscuits, freshly baked with all butter and other good-quality ingredients.
Kim’s Jewels: Handmade and costume jewellery, scarves and accessories, and hand-decorated boxes.
Koukou Home Decor: Floral arrangements using high quality replica flowers and foliage.
La Petite Fabrique: Traditional French patisserie.
The Littlecote Soap Co.: High-quality toiletries made from natural ingredients.
The Little Orchard Co.: Small-batch cider, apple juices and fruit liqueurs.
Little Shop of Cheese: Wide variety, from favourites, such as Black Bomber cheddar, to lesser known cheeses from artisan dairies.
Long Crendon Manor Bakery: Artisan bread, including rye, sourdough, seeded, beer bread, cider bread, spinach bread.
Loose Cannon Brewery: Abingdon-based craft brewery.
Roger Luck: Local honey that is cold extracted and coarse filtered.
Debbie Mac: A professionally trained hair and make-up artist based in Piddington.
Made by Mums: Jams, chutneys and confectionery.
Made in Wendy’s House: Handcrafted items.
Miniature Enchanted Gardens: Tiny gardens in containers, also children’s kits.
Natural Bread Co.: Hand-crafted artisanal breads and cakes baked from locally milled flour using traditional techniques and slow fermentation.
Needle & TED: Handmade tablet and ereader cushions.
Oliphant & Pomeroy: Handmade ice cream confectionery using locally sourced milk and cream.
Open Air Foods: Artisan cheese, home-marinaded olives and other produce.
Oving Dexter Beef: Tasty and tender beef from a small herd of Dexter cattle totally grass-reared on a farm in Oving, Buckinghamshire.
Oxford Cheese Company: Award-winning cheeses Oxford Blue, College White and Oxford Isis.
Oxfordshire Ales: Award-winning Marsh Gibbon craft brewery. (No longer operating.)
Nicola Jane Pantaleo: Handmade clothing, accessories and home decor.
Parslow Apiaries: Honey from beehives in Bucks.
Paul’s Cards: Phoenix (later Flamingo Paperie) Christmas and birthday cards, stationery and gifts. (No longer operating.)
Pea Green Designs: Alex, who lives in Piddington, offers an eclectic variety of home accessories and gifts, from ceramic tealight holders to reindeer hides.
Penny’s Ponchos: Children’s handmade ponchos.
Photopurity: Portrait photography from Launton.
Piddington Cottage Garden Plants: Plants grown by Maggie and Tony Pearce, mostly propagated from plants in their own garden in Piddington.
Pauline Pinney: Hand made cards and hand knitted goods.
RiffRaffsSew&Sew: Handmade gifts, textiles, bespoke products.
Polkadot of Winslow: Handmade wooden signs, canvases, hearts, brooches, boxes, cards and prints.
Poppy Louise Cards: Handmade cards.
Prime Wood Studios: Handcrafted wooden gifts.
Bev Quarterman: Fresh flower arrangements.
Quince Products Ltd: Handmade quince jellies and marmalades and specialist fruit cheeses.
Ridgeway Brewery: Oxfordshire-brewed beers that blend traditional craft with modern tastes and technologies.
William Rolls Ceramics: Salt-glazed earthenware ceramic sculptures inspired by nature.
Rosemary’s Jams: Preserves, using local fruit where possible, homemade by Rosemary, who lives in Piddington.
Sarah Haydon – Sarah’s Gifts: Cards and gifts
St George’s Gelato: Fresh Italian-style ice cream made in small batches in Haddenham.
Seriously Sweet: Selection of sweets and gifts.
Shaken Oak Mustards: Handmade mustards, pickles and dressings using only the finest ingredients, wherever possible from local sources.
Shalotte: Three members of the same family, who make beautiful and original luxury copper jewellery, silk jewellery and accessories.
Shotover Brewery: Craft brewery located just outside Oxford, dedicated to producing high-quality cask and bottled beers.
James Soden: High-quality prints, cards and other products from an Oxford-based photographer specialising in natural history.
Springhill Farms and Gardens: Fresh, locally grown produce and garden gifts from HMP Springhill.
Angela Straker-Nesbit: Stylish homewares made from recycled Champagne corks and wine boxes.
Liz Tagert: Handmade items, cards, prints and home goods.
Thermomix: Demonstration, with tasters, of machine that weighs, cuts, kneads, stirs and heats – in one pot.
Topstitch (Shuan Meekings): Handsewn items + Daphne Bray: Boxes, pictures and jewellery.
Upton Smokery: Smoked meat, game and fish.
Usborne Books at Home: Children’s books.
Vale Brewery Co.: Real ales traditionally brewed in Brill, using only the highest quality natural ingredients, floor malted barley and whole cone hops.
Violet’s Allsorts: Homemade candles, bath body scrubs, bath oils, bath bombs and soaps.
Waddesdon Deli Company: Home cured and smoked produce and cheeses.
Richard Walker Photography: Mounted and framed prints, cards and calendars.
JM Walman (Quality Butcher): Award-winning meats and homemade products from Launton. (No longer operating.)
Rebecca White: Soaps, lip balm, etc. jams & chutneys, handmade gifts, homemade dog treats.
White Wick Candles: Hand-poured soy candles.
Ann Winsome: Crafts.
Woodstock Fudge Company: Delicious homemade fudge using traditional methods and ingredients.
Wriggly Monkey Brewery: Launched in Oxfordshire in 2018, and based at Bicester Heritage, creating traditional real ales with flair.
XT Brewing Co.: Long Crendon brewery using traditional methods but on the most up to date equipment.