It may not be the warmth of summer, it's now the time when we like to huddle by the fire at home.
However, the Pomonal Market this Sunday will be heart warming and the fire in the hall will temper the fresh air we need.
Pomonal Village Market will be in full swing inside and also in the grounds - from 10am-2pm.
There's so much to see and buy - all at modest prices. There'll be many hundreds of secondhand books, CDs, tapes, and vintage LPs, lots of collectable china, pottery and glass, a lovely array of plants and seeds and the friendly growers - all locals - will help you with your gardening queries.
A family mishap prevented Philip Vaughn from being with us last month, but he hopes to be on deck with his breathtaking range of natives and his bush food plants which many are keen to experience.
There will be heritage flower and vegetable seeds supplied by Seed Saver Network member Rosemary Stevenson.
There will also be fresh fruit and vegetables, locally sourced or grown, delicious slices, biscuits, nut loaves, scones, cakes, toffees and fudge, exciting foods from Berenberg Farm, a variety of salamis, honey, eggs, the list is mind-boggling. Also in the food line, the fundraising sausage sizzle will be running again, as well as hot soups, tea and coffee plus inexpensive lunches which can be enjoyed by the open fire in the hall.
As well, there will be costume jewellery of all kinds, handspun English Leicester yarns, as well as scarves, berets, beanies, stoles and shawls, fleece, all sorts of fashion items including silk scarves, wraps and headgear, belts, purses and handbags, handmade greeting cards, as well as Christian literature, pre-loved and new children's toys and clothing.