People are being invited to ‘experience a true taste of the Borders’ at an upcoming farmers’ market.

The Brampton Farmers’ Market will feature 27 traders at the Moot Hall offering a variety of food, from sweets to pies, samosas, olives, houmous, and more, ‘all of which is home-produced by the best traders around’ according to organisers.

“Saucy Desserts are back with their lovely sticky toffee puddings and cheesecakes.

“Slater’s Supreme are cooking up pizza, loaded nachos, and some new dishes – I heard something about mac and cheese.

“Beans Greens have come back after their Christmas break and will be offering their wonderful nutritious soup to keep us warm.

“Time to look at the garden and John Bell has planters and bird boxes to set you up for spring, Helens Herbs has the spring plants and herbs to fill them.

“Sparrow and Fathing have the wonderful delicate scented candles and wax melts.

“The Flying Chocsman returns with the promise of some new flavours too, and of course the give and take stall and some great chit chat!,” a spokesperson from the market said.

Additionally, there will be a fairtrade coffee morning in the Moot Hall from 9.30am to 12.30pm, with a fairtrade raffle and bake sale, plus items from the Carlisle world shop for sale.

The market offers opportunities for small businesses to show their stuff and sell on an accessible platform, while also giving patrons the chance to try something new and not available usually from where they shop.

The farmers market in Brampton is often a very popular event with people visiting from out of town to enjoy the tastes of stall holders' food and support the local economy.

The market kicks off at 9am and runs until 1.30pm.