A popular farmers market is returning to Saltaire this March.

Yorkshire's Real Markets is relaunching Saltaire Farmers Market on Sunday, March 10. 

It comes after organisers announced the market would stop in December last year.

Yorkshire's Real Markets will be bringing fresh produce and independent makers to Caroline Street Social Club.

Real Markets said the line-up for the first Saltaire Farmers Market will feature fresh breads, cakes, cheeses, lasagna, meats, coffee, jams and chutneys, and more.

Visitors will also be able to treat themselves to freshly made coffee, as well as bacon and sausage sandwiches as they walk around the stalls and talk to the talented producers.

Running on the second Sunday of the month, March to December, Saltaire Farmers Market will continue to operate from the same venue, and trade between 10am and 2pm.

Real Markets haskept on all the traders who wished to remain and will also be introducing new ones too.

Lucy Allen, director at Real Markets, said: “We already work closely with many of the traders at Saltaire Farmers Market and knew what a well-loved event it was.  When the opportunity came up to keep it going we jumped at the chance.

"The original organising team have done an incredible job over the last two years and we’re honoured to have been given the chance to help the market thrive and grow.”

The team at Real Markets operates monthly local producer and farmers markets in Ilkley, Ripley Castle, Grassington, Harrogate, and Otley.

The markets are always free to attend.