Falcon Event Fairs​​​​​

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Tel:   01226-360858
 Mob: 07521466945
​​ Specializing in Wedding Fayres,Craft Fairs & Farmer markets 

Location: Tankersley Manor, Barnsley
Date :3rd July 2016

Located in Yorkshire and boasting the spectacular scenery of the picturesque Peak District and Yorkshire Dales, the 17th Century manor house is a truly impressive location for any event. Tankersley Manor is set in an elevated position backing onto woodland, conveniently situated just one minute from Junction 36 off the M1. 

7 benefits of eating local foods 
  • Locally grown food is full of flavor. When grown locally, the crops are picked at their peak of ripeness versus being harvested early in order to be shipped and distributed to your local retail store. Many times produce at local markets has been picked within 24 hours of your purchase.
  • Eating local food is eating seasonally. Even though we wish strawberries were grown year round in England, the best time to eat them is when they can be purchased directly from a local grower. They are full of flavor and taste better than the ones available in the winter that have traveled thousands of miles and picked before they were ripe.
  • Local food has more nutrients. Local food has a shorter time between harvest and your table, and it is less likely that the nutrient value has decreased. Food imported from far-away states and countries is often older, has traveled and sits in distribution centers before it gets to our stores.
  • Local food supports the local economy. The money that is spent with local farmers and growers all stays close to home and is reinvested with businesses and services in your community.
  • Local food benefits the environment. By purchasing locally grown foods you help maintain farmland and green open space in your community.
  • Local foods promote a safer food supply. The more steps there are between you and your food’s source the more chances there are for contamination. Food grown in distant locations has the potential for food safety issues at harvesting, washing, shipping and distribution.
  • Local growers can tell you how the food was grown. You can ask what practices they use to and harvest the crops. When you know where your food comes from and who grew it, you know a lot more about that food.


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Opening Hours
Sunday: 9am – 5pm
Monday: 9am – 3pm
Tuesday: 9am – 3pm
Wednesday: 9am - 3pm
Thursday: 9am – 3pm
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Contact us for questions regarding the events we have available.
99 Wombwell Road