It’s a bit of a drive away, so we only go a couple of times a year, but it’s well worth it.
One trader sorted us out with lamb chops and and a half shoulder of mutton (I see curry in my near future). Another had samples of his delicious pork sausages to try (all from Gloucester Old Spot) - we got a couple of packs of plain (breakfast) and a pork and caramelised onion. A third sells their own beef, everything hung for 28 days - braising steak looked good enough to eat.
Mrs Bourne was there - the old gal (or Mr B) seems to popup at every market we go to. Can’t resist the mature Cheshire cheese. There was cheese (and onion) in one of the pies we bought from the Great Northern Pie Company. We got a steak and ale one as well. The Bourne’s Cheshire may well get grated over a breakfast oatcake - Rode Hall is just up the road from the Staffordshire/Cheshire border, so it seemed almost local food. They had maple syrup pikelets as well - another breakfast, may be.