Last September we saw the emergence of Sheffield Harvest Fayre as part of the covid recovery fund in Sheffield City Centre. Much to its popularity, Sheffield Harvest Fayre returns to the city centre again on 17th and 18th September.

The market style event derived from its sister event Sheffield Food Festival, which celebrated its 10th anniversary back in June. Attendees will expect to find some of Sheffield’s renowned traders including Moss Valley fine meats, The Greedy Greek, Yee Kwan Ice Cream, The Secret Cake Club, Locksley Distilling Co. and much more. 

Locksley Distilling Co. Photo By Ben Harrison Media

As well as a fine selection of fresh bakes, preserves, cheeses and plenty of sweet treats in the artisan market. Visitors to the Harvest Fayre will also be able to feast upon an array of tantalising street food from Latino, Turkish, Mac n Cheese to Fried Chicken. Anyone who has attended Sheffield Food Festival in the past will know how much is on offer and how market style events such as Sheffield Harvest Fayre is a fantastic showcase of all independent food businesses in and around Sheffield. 

This year’s bar sponsors include Bradfield Brewery, Heist Brew and Bosun’s Brewery. All of which will have a great selection of thirst- quenching lagers and unique ales. Fancy something sweet? Don’t miss out on the chance to taste the delicious Zzinga honey cider which will be situated on Pinstone Street. 

Heeley City Farm will be bringing a selection of seasonal fruit, veg and plants grown straight from their community garden and allotments. There will be something for all the family, including a wide range of free kids activities for all ages. In the kids activities on Saturday throughout the day, kids will have the opportunity to make their own scarecrow with My Arty Party out of recycled materials. Sunday kids and parents will be able to create pom pom fruit and vegetables with Badger and Bobbins

Fresh produce from Heeley City Farm. Photo by Ben Harrison Media

Sheffield Harvest Fayre is a testament to all things Sheffield and what the harvest season is really about… the gathering of crop in season. What a better way to celebrate it in one of the UK’s greenest cities, Sheffield. 

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