Category Archives: The Grayshott Market news

Save Grayshott Market

The Grayshott Community is now being given the opportunity to petition Grayshott Parish Council to reconsider its decision not to grant licences for a market in the village square for 2016. The petition is available online at where there is also an opportunity to read and leave comments. A paper copy of the petition is also available […]

Chairman’s letter to Haslemere Herald commenting on decision re Grayshott Markets

Below is a letter submitted to the Haslemere Herald for inclusion in the edition of w/e 26th Feb 2016. This was as a result of the Herald asking for a comment on the Council’s decision not to grant use of The Square in 2016 to the Markets. Dear Sirs, Now that the full minutes of […]

Chairman’s letter to Haslemere Herald re Grayshott Markets

Below is a letter submitted to Haslemere Herald for inclusion in the edition of w/e 5th Feb 2016. The application for use of The Square for the markets will be on the agenda of the next Council meeting (15th Feb). The agenda will be issued on Tues 9th Feb. Dear Sirs, Your report of the […]

Grayshott Market Update

The Square Events Group met on Saturday January 30th to make a decision on whether the group wanted to offer to continue organising The Grayshott Market during 2016. • We recognise that the primary point of the markets is to help Grayshott traders, and further recognise that it has not succeeded in doing so for […]

The Grayshott Market Debate

Ladies and Gentlemen, Having Chaired the debate “Is the Grayshott Market good for Grayshott businesses and its community” I owe it to Grayshott to summaries the discussions and explain the conclusions, so that everyone is clear on what took place. First of all I would like to thank Moray Thomas (Chairman of the Square Events […]

Handcrafted Pork Pies new in at Grayshott Market

Another new food stall at this month’s Grayshott Market on Saturday17th October will be Jake’s Artisan Foods selling their handmade pork pies. The enterprise, launched full-time two years ago, was borne out of founder Jon Kaye’s total disillusionment with currently available pork pies. Armed with a couple of old recipe books, Jon – a journalist by […]

Caribbean fun and flavour comes to Grayshott Market

Caribbean Roti wraps are set to make their UK debut at this month’s Grayshott Market on Saturday 17th October. A Roti is a flour pancake or wrap, similar to, but lighter than a tortilla, and filled with various foods, including curried chicken, goat, shrimp, and channa (chick-peas).  In the Caribbean, the word ‘roti’ refers to […]

Celebration of Aviation takes off at next Market

A new book, a Celebration of Aviation, has just been launched by local photographer Chris Pearce. From classic war-birds to modern jets, the book is an eclectic collection of photographs taken by Chris at public air shows in the UK. The book is being published in response to requests from admirers of his aircraft photo […]

Gurkha Durbar Nepal Earthquake appeal tops £5,000

Grayshott Gurkha Durbar Nepalese restaurant’s appeal has so far raised £5166.50 to help victims of the appalling earthquake disaster in Nepal.  The appeal, which started on the day of the earthquake in the restaurant, was continued at the Grayshott Market in May, June and July, was the initiative of Mani & Sudha Rai, owners of Grayshott’s Gurkha […]

Spicing up Grayshott Market for August 15th

With a Market wide licence to sell Alcohol, the August 15 Grayshott Market will have a selection of wines to drink by the glass and draught beer by the pint. In addition, there’ll be new tastes from India, Turkey and Greece to spice up the wide and varied foods available. Tastes from India are being […]