The Market Co is thrilled to announce that we will be launching the Chesterfield Artisan Market on Sunday 31st May and thereafter every last Sunday in the month.
Shauna tells us; ‘My love for cooking food and Fabrice’s love of eating was how the Mrs Muamba’s sauce range was created.
I grew up in Jamaica and it was here that I fell in love with how food was prepared, the spices, the fragrances, the pleasure it gave me. I’d experiment and make up my own concoctions, some edible some not (lol – I was a kid growing up remember).
I don’t profess to be a chef but I’m a great cook. I’ve picked up my cooking skills from family and friends, places I’ve visited and everything around me. Fabrice’s teammates started asking for take-aways of the lunches I made for him to take to training, so I had my light bulb moment and set up my own Caribbean catering company. As the business expanded I knew people would appreciate having the authentic flavours of the Caribbean in their own home.
A life changing event made us re-evaluate our journey and also made us think about how we could make a difference. And this is how Mrs Muamba’s was born! This is why we now cook with love from the heart.’
A donation from the sale of each jar will go to Arrhythmia Alliance to help make defibrillators publicly accessible to all, following her husband’s on-pitch cardiac arrest in March 2012.
A CYCLIST from Northwich is preparing to take on the toughest challenge of his life this year for The Joshua Tree children’s cancer charity.
Chris Craggs plans to cycle 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats in a gruelling 12 days starting on May 5.
The trip will see the Weaver Valley Cycling Club member cover an average of between 80 and 100 miles a day until he reaches his destination.
This Saturday Chris will be training on his static bike at the Northwich Artisan Market on Witton Street. Please pop along and support his fundraising if you can!
A recent addition to our events, the Funky Nut Company make a range of natural & flavoured peanut and nut butters using the very best available ingredients and without adding any palm oils or other nasties that the commercial brands include. Flavours range from Plain right through to a Spicy Salt & Pepper and the very popular Honey & Sea Salt.
Funky Nut Company tell us that they have a new range of flavours planned as well as some new nut butters to keep any nut butter lover happy.
Amplify will be at the The Market Co‘s ‘Very Valentine’ Artisan Market on the 14th Feb in Northwich. They have got some great acoustic performers throughout the day!