A new weekly farmers’ market is to launch in Truro tomorrow.

The Farmyard Market, at Tresemple Farm in St Clement will offer food and produce from 9am until 1pm, on a working farm surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Stallholders will include Da Bara Bakery, Sailors Creek Shellfish, St Piran’s Pork, Penny's Pies, Jack's Kombucha, Essen Street Deli, Gould Cider, Bizzy Lizzy Preserves, Bosue Vineyard, Hanson Cheese, Moosh Mallows, Rose Valley Farm Flowers, Falmouth Black Rock Gin, North Cornwall Chilli Farm and the Cornish Garlic Company.

You’ll also find speciality coffee from Lars & Margo, French cuisine from Bien Manger and tacos courtesy of Holy Mole, plus the skills of Zoltan the knife sharpener and handmade leather goods from the Cornish Shoemaker.

The 230-acre organic mixed farm is run tenant farmers Rhys and Lois Morris, who are committed to “farming with a difference”, using a holistic approach to regenerative agriculture - farming in harmony with the ecosystem, from the livestock and hundred-year-old oak trees to the birds, insects and soil microbes.

“We're hoping to celebrate community and culture in an environment that brings people together around the shared love of food,” said Rhys.

“We're looking to add our own fresh twist to the ever-vibrant Cornish food scene, and help the local community make better informed, transparent and friendly food decisions, with a variety and excitement that's more entertaining than any major grocery aisle.”

Tresemple Farm is at the top of St Clement’s Hill, just past Penair School (postcode: TR1 1TD). For more details, email [email protected] or visit Facebook and Instagram @thefarmyardmarket.