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From town centre markets that have existed for centuries, to modern craft markets in the counties shopping centres, from indoor craft markets to well stocked farm shops, Kent is a wonderful county to seek out a bargain. There are a huge number of markets & farm shops in Kent. We’ve tried to include a good selection from across the county. The demand for locally grown food coupled with the increased popularity of organic produce have generated a tremendous growth in Farmers Markets.

From town centre markets that have existed for centuries, to modern craft markets in the counties shopping centres, from indoor craft markets to well stocked farm shops, Kent is a wonderful county to seek out a bargain. There are a huge number of markets & farm shops in Kent. We’ve tried to include a good selection from across the county. The demand for locally grown food coupled with the increased popularity of organic produce have generated a tremendous growth in Farmers Markets.

From town centre markets that have existed for centuries, to modern craft markets in the counties shopping centres, from indoor craft markets to well stocked farm shops, Kent is a wonderful county to seek out a bargain. There are a huge number of markets & farm shops in Kent. We’ve tried to include a good selection from across the county. The demand for locally grown food coupled with the increased popularity of organic produce have generated a tremendous growth in Farmers Markets.

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Your local Farmers' Market is the best place to buy fresh, local and seasonal food. At Kent's Farmers' Markets you can talk directly to the producer so you will know exactly where your food comes from.

Bearsted
In 2009 the Parish Council undertook a questionnaire to form the basis of a Parish Plan for the community. The plan identified, amongst other things a request for a Farmers Market to provide an outlet for local producers and a way of purchasing fresh, quality produce direct from the producer.
The Farmers' Market was set up and is run by the Parish Council who has appointed a Market Manager to oversee the administration and operation of the market.
The number and mix of stallholders may vary thoughtout the year , according to growing seasons but we endeavour to provide a wide variety of produce at all times.
Bromley
Situated in the busy pedestrian area of Bromley High Street between the Churchill Theatre and Elmfield Road, this popular Farmers Market is combined with an Arts and Craft Market and is open every Friday and Saturday from 9am - 5pm.
The Farmers market showcases local producers that sell fresh seasonal produce such as vegetables, meat, eggs, plants and herbs. A good selection of bread, cakes, preserves, wine and juices is also available to buy.
Offering a wide range of merchandise, the Arts and Craft market includes many unusual and unique gifts such as handmade jewellery and curios.
Charing
Charing was set up originally as a WI Country market but has now branched out to become a Farmers' Market.
The weekly market is held in the Village hall every Thursday from 9.30 to 11.30.
Charing
Chislehurst
Chislehurst Farmers Market was started at the request of the Chislehurst Town Centre Management Group in June 2011.
The Farmers Market is held on the 3rd Sunday of the month at the Rear of 47 High Street (behind the Old Police Station), Chislehurst BR7 5AF between 10am and 2pm. Products cover a range locally produced foods and drink.
There is a permanent sign to the Farmers Market on the wall of the Wrattans Store to guide people into the farmers market.
CHISLEHURST
Doddington
Doddington Farmers Market will be held in Doddington Place Gardens on the first Sunday every month from May to September 11am to 2pm
Egerton
Egerton Farmers Market has now been trading every Friday from 2.00pm to 4.30pm for almost five years with most of the original stall holders still selling at the market.
You can purchase local meats, eggs, cheese, fruit and vegetables, cheesecakes, beer, hand made chocolates, cards, bread and cakes, crafts, dairy, perfumes, jams and chutneys, flowers and plants and fresh fish.
Refreshments are available so you can meet up with friends for afternoon tea !.
A lively, happy atmosphere plus beautiful views across the Weald of Kent combined with a splendid Hall and helpful stall holders makes this a great market.
Elm Court Village
Elm Court Farmers' Market is held in the car park of Elm Court garden Centre (formerly Wyedale)
First Sunday every month from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
A major attraction is the demo kitchen and covered eating area. Stallholders and local chefs will be giving presentations throughout the market.
Hildenborough
Hildenborough Farmers’ Market was started in 2008 and has grown steadily with an average of 20 stalls each week. We are able to offer a wide range of fresh local produce of high quality at competitive prices. Additional seasonal items, e.g. asparagus, soft fruit and flowers, are also available.
Our friendly team of volunteers is available at all times to lend a hand.
To complete your shopping experience visit our tea and coffee lounge for refreshment in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Weekly market, every Tuesday 9.00am -11.00 am
Church Centre, Hildenborough
Parking Available
On Good bus route
Coffee Lounge
Headcorn
Headcorn Farmer's Market has now entered it's fourth year and opens every second Saturday from 9.30am to 12.30pm. It aims to provide good quality, local produce and locally made goods so that shoppers can find genuine Kentish producers and products.
Stalls at the Market include free range meat, local fresh fruit and vegetables, venison and game, jams, preserves, honey, cakes, luxury puddings, pastries, locally pressed apple juice from Headcorn as well as handmade local goods.
Headcorn Farmers Market has all the variety you want from a country Farmers Market.
HEADCORN
Penshurst
The Times recently named Penshurst Farmers’ Market in its Top Ten markets in the UK. With over 30 stalls offering the best local food and drink, and set against the wonderful backdrop of Penshurst Place, the Farmers' Market has a loyal following, as well as appealing to day trippers. The stalls provide a huge variety of fresh, local and healthy produce for your everyday needs, for treats, for a picnic or as a gift. Particularly popular are our fresh fish and seafood; free-range meats and game; bread; deli products and ready-to-cook curries; cheese; beer and fruit juices. You’ll also find fruit and vegetables, chutneys and jams, cakes, soups, fudge and plants.
Enjoy a hot BBQ sausage for breakfast, or elevenses of a homemade cake and hot drink from our charity refreshment stall.
The Farmers' Market takes place on the 1st Saturday of every month from 9.30-noon, and has lots of free parking, and easy wheelchair access.
You can also visit the Penshurst Place shop, which has lots more gift ideas, or make a day of it and tour Penshurst Place and its gardens (but don’t forget a cool bag for your food shopping).
Rochester
Rochester Farmers' Market is a monthly market and has been operating since June 2000. It is a certified and accredited member of FARMA, the National Association of Farmers' Markets and operates under the conditions and guidelines of NAFM.
All markets take place in the Corporation Street Car Park on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 10am to 1pm.
ROCHESTER
Shipbourne
Winner of The Best Farmers' Market in Kent
(2005, 2009, 2010 and 2012) !
Finalist in BBC Radio 4' Food and Farming programme (2008)
Listed in the Times and Telegraph as one of the 10 Best Farmers' Markets in the country
Listed in Top ten UK food markets by Yahoo Travel
Run out of cash to spend at the market ?
Buy 'Shipbourne pounds' at the Chaser pub next door with your
credit/debit card and spend them at the market !!
In 1285, Edward I granted the village of Shipbourne permission to hold a weekly market.
In 2003, with the help of a grant from Rural Revival, the Parochial Church Council re-inaugurated the market.The regular Thursday venue from 09.00am to 11.00 am has now grown to the point where we often have 20 stalls and 200+ visitors. Our objective is to provide a focus for the community (which has been lacking since the closure of the village shops many years ago) and a retail outlet for small local producers.
The Market is run entirely by volunteers. Any surplus made by the market is donated to Agricultural charities such as the Farm Crisis Network and Bread-line Africa.
We aim to provide our customers with a one stop shop. We have an extensive range of excellent quality local products including both basics and unusual fare.
TONBRIDGE
St. Margarets-at-Cliffe
St Margaret's Monthly Farmers' Market has now been running for over 12 years on the last Friday of the month (9am to 12.30pm).
St Margaret's Nursery Committee took over the organising and running of the farmers' market in 2003. The Nursery and After School Club is a non-profit making charity and the market is the main fundraising activity for the Nursery. With the help of the farmers' Market it has been able to keep nursery fees as low as possible for the benefit of the community.
The farmers' market has grown from strength to strength and we are now able to offer a wide variety of goods and in-season produce at competitive prices in a friendly environment. These include:-
Meat from Rourkes Drift Farm,
Eggs from Sherleys Farm,
St. Margarets Fruit and Vegetables from Enifer Farm,
Produce from The Mad Cow Deli,
Plants from Windy Ridge, St. Margarets
In addition there are homemade chocolates, chutneys, Indian food, fresh fish, cheeses, homemade cakes, fresh bread, paintings, jewellery, books and other local crafts.
ST MARGARETS
Tunbridge Wells
Tunbridge Wells Farmers Market was started by the Borough Council in September 1999 and proving popular, soon became twice monthly. Every 2nd and 4th Saturday there are around 40 stalls outside the Town Hall. Products cover the whole range of local foods from goats meat sausages to an onion bhaji.
All stallholders are visited prior to attending to ensure quality. The catchment area for stallholders is 30 miles around the town. Hot food and drinks are available and there is a small seating area within the market.
TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Whitfield
Whitfield Farmer's Market is held every Thursday from 9am to 12am in the Village Hall.
You will find veg and fruit from local farmers, free range eggs, home produced bread, cakes, quiches and pies at the Farmers'Market plus cold meats, home made lasagne, scotch eggs, sweets, cookies,
Jams, chutneys pickles and sauces, meat and fruit pies .
Knitted cardigans, gloves and hats cushions, quilts, bags all handstitched made to order, , and wild bird food and peanuts.
Cut flowers, plants, baskets and tubs, personalised cards, handmade crystal and gemstone jewellerywoode flowers,crafts.
We even have a vast array of secondhand books!
DOVER
Yalding
Now completing its seventh year, Yalding Farmers' Market is a traditional Farmers' Market selling fresh local produce. Open on the third Saturday every month in the High Street.
Products include: fruit and vegetables (including organic); bread; cheese; fresh meats and sausages; pies and pastries; jam and chutneys; fruit juices; honey, fudge; seeds; flowers and plants; smoked fish; game; olives and chillies etc.
Our refreshment stall is run by different local societies each month. They produce hot tasty sausages and bacon rolls freshly barbequed plus tea, coffee, softdrinks and cakes. Covered seating is available.
On some market days there is live music by the refreshment stall.
YALDING
Bridge
Bridge Farmers’ Market first opened its doors to customers in November 2010. Market research by an environmental group ‘Bridge Going Green’ revealed that a Farmers’ Market was one of the top environmental initiatives that the local area wanted and so Bridge Farmers’ Market was born.
We want to create a vibrant shopping experience for shoppers quite unlike any other – we want to encourage our shoppers to see, touch and taste the food before they buy – and we think they do. We have built up a base of 32 + stalls some of which only visit us for special events, others are seasonal and we have a regular and loyal base of about 16 stallholders.
You can shop with us for all your essentials such as bread, vegetables, meat and game and treat yourself with cheesecakes, olives, plants and even hand made clothes. If you have time linger for a coffee at the Red Lion while you shop or try one of their delicious lunches after the market.
We aim to have four special markets a year and you can catch up on these and other events that we may have at www.bridgefarmersmarket.co.uk
Capel-Le-Ferne
CAPEL-LE-FERNE FARMERS MARKET
Established since 2003 by volunteers on the Village Hall Management Committee (which is a registered charity). Our three main aims were 1. to serve the community, 2. to support our local producers and 3. to raise funds for the village hall – oll of which we have achieved.
In addition other achievements have been, so far, Best Farmers Market in Kent Award 2004, Kent Technology & Enterprise Award 2004,
Television appearances on Countryfile & Street Doctor and many Radio interviews including a Cookery Demonstration. We are proud to have a 5* Rating by Dover District Council.
The Farmers Market is held Every Tuesday 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. selling Local Kentish Produce including Meat, Fish, Eggs, Bread, Cakes, Pastries, Pies, Vegetables, Fruit, Preserves, Jams & Pickles, Local Honey, Smoked Fish, Meat & Cheese, Delicatessen, Soup, Sauces, Dressings & Condiments, European Cuisine, Ice Cream, Confectionary, Fruit Liquers, Craft, Dog Biscuits, Plants etc.
We are now also incorporating a Portrait Photographer (for Passport, Driving Licence etc on the spot & bookings for weddings, parties etc)

CRAFTS SECTION which include Wood products, Painted Glass, Jewellery, Cards, Paintings, Quilting etc.
Refreshments available and Disabled Access - Free Entry
Capel-le-Ferne Village Hall,
Lancaster Avenue,
Near Folkestone, Kent
CT18 7LX
Also in our Village is the Battle of Britain Memorial so why not have a day out in Capel-le-Ferne. We are situated on the B2011 between Folkestone and Dover.
Visit our website or Facebook page for further information
www.capel-le-ferne.org
or email: capelfarmersmarket@yahoo.co.uk
Register for our regular Newsletter by email.
Cranbrook
Cranbrook Farmers Market takes place on the 4th Saturday of each month in the Vestry Hall in the centre of town from 9 till 12.
The stalls offer a wide variety of produce from the Weald of Kent and beyond including locally reared meat, fish and shellfish from Rye, jams and chutneys, delicious bread and cakes, scotch eggs, quiches, fresh fruit and vegetables as well as cut flowers and plants all grown locally.
While you browse the stalls Mid Kent Sharpening can sharpen all of your kitchen knives and garden tools and Home Gurrown Plants can give advice about gardening in the area and the best vegetable plants for your garden.
Cranbrook is a fantastic historic market town with many independent shops, lovely pubs, a museum and its own windmill open to the public and stone-grinding flour (April- September).
There is lots of free parking in the town centre car parks and easy wheelchair access to the side of the Vestry Hall.
CRANBROOK
East Farleigh
A small village market first established in 2010 which now has over 18 regular stalls.
It is held in the car park of The Bull pub in the centre of the village from 9am to 12 noon on the first Sunday of each month except January and February
Gravesend
The Farmers Market is held in Gravesend High Street and is open between 10.00 am and 2.00 pm on the 2nd Friday every month.
The Farmers Market started in October 2007 on a trial basis and has been supported by Gravesham Borough Council.
Priority is given to producers whose business is within 30 mile radius of Gravesend.
GRAVESEND
Hythe
Hythe Farmers' Market was established in March 2004 by popular demand and continues to provide good quality local food to the people of Hythe and its environs.
The farmers' market is now located in the Methodist Church Hall (between Chapel Street and Prospect Road) and is open on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays every month from 10am to noon.
There are stalls selling free-range eggs, game, speciality and organic breads, cakes, meat, cheeses, vegetables and lots more
The Farmers' Market is run by volunteers and has stalls for most food categories plus two guest stalls. We pride ourselves on offering in-season produce at competitive prices in a friendly environment.
HYTHE
Meopham
Meopham Farmers Market was launched in July 2004 with the support of local producers and the Parish Council.
The Farmers Market takes place on the 1st Sunday of the month from 9.00 am to 12 noon.
There are around 20 stalls which provide a wide range of fresh produce from some of the best producers in Kent, many of them with award winning produce. The range of produce includes fish, meat, game, eggs, wines and juices, cheese, fruit and vegetables, bread, james, prepared pies and cakes. During the year stalls vary according to the seasons and produce includes asparagus, cobnuts and soft fruit. The Farmers Market has a loyal following from the local community who support the producers come rain or shine.
The criteria for the Farmers Market is that the person selling the produce should be involved in its production and that the produce comes from within a 30 mile radius of Meopham or further if the produce can not be sourced locally.
Knockholt
Knockholt farmers' Market takes place at the entrance of Cooling's Green & Pleasant Garden Centre on the second Sunday every month.
There is a free six acre natural trail which is fantastic for both the kids and parents.
There is a Coffee shop and a restaurant on site in this newly built centre.
Rolvenden
Rolvenden Farmers Market was established in 2000. It is run entirely by volunteers and is non profit making and stall fees are kept to a minimum.
The Farmers' Market takes place every Thursday morning from 10.00am to 12 noon in St Mary's Church.There are normally 20 - 30 stalls with a selection of produce.
ROLVENDEN
Sissinghurst
The farmers’ Market at Sissinghurst Castle will be held on the 'Plain', at the very heart of the ancient farm, and directly outside the entrance to the world famous National Trust gardens. Surrounded by the Elizabethan and Victorian buildings, visitors to the market can also enjoy the Granary Restaurant, Gift Shop, Garden Shop and 450 acres of farm and woodland.
Markets will be held on the last Friday of March and April. From May 11th to 3rd August the market will be held on every other Friday every month, between 11.30 and 3.00pm (see below).
We have a good range of stalls consisting of cheese, organic meat, bread, fruit and vegetables, handmade chocolates, preserves, apple juice and beer, with seasonal additions such as cherries and asparagus. Our very own tenant Farmer is often able to provide meat raised on the farm, and the organic vegetable garden supplies surplus produce, which can also be enjoyed in the restaurant.
SISSINGHURST
Sutton Valence
Our farmers' market is run by THE QUEENS HEAD ODDFELLOWS FUND, a charity set up for the benefit of the residents of the three SUTTONS.
The farmers' market is held in the Village Hall on the third Saturday of the month.
The Farmers' market offers and excellent mix of locally produced produce including fine wines, cheeses, meats, vegetables, fruit, bread, cakes, preserves etc. plus local cottage industry crafts such as needlework and engravings
Make a day out and take in the sights of Leeds Castle, under 5 miles away, the beautiful Weald of Kent with all its picturesque sleepy viollages or even venture into the county town of Maidstone with its excellent mix of shops, bars and cafes.
SUTTON VALENCE
Tonbridge
Tonbridge Farmers Market is held on the 2nd Sunday of the month in Sovereign Way TN9 1RG between the hours of 9.30am -1.30pm.
There are normally more than 50 stalls.
TONBRIDGE
West Malling
West Malling farmers market is held on the fourth Sunday of every month (except December), in the High Street, which is closed for the day, of this picturesque and historic market town.
One of the busiest Farmers' markets in Kent, over 40 stalls at the height of the season. You can buy all your local fresh produce, locally produced preservers, fruit juice, beer, bread, cakes and a lot more with plenty of free samples. There are a few local craft stalls and even an ecover refill station. There is a great variety of hot food to be eaten at the market. Most months there are other things going on, please check www.westmallingfarmersmarket.co.uk for details.
Why not make a day of it when you come to West Malling. Most of the local shops open on market day. There are two pubs, three very good restaurants, two coffee shops and a cafe.
WEST MALLING
Wye
Set in the picturesque village of Wye and nestled at the foot of the North Downs, Wye Farmers Market has been providing its local community with delicious, fresh, locally produced food for over ten years.
With an enviable array of stalls selling everything from fresh bread, cakes, jams and chutneys to locally produced, organic meats, fresh fish and locally made cheeses we care passionately about our local food producers and work hard to bring you the very best of our counties larder. Where else would you be able to enjoy a spicy curried goat wrap washed down with a glass of locally produced sparkling wine!
The Farmers' Market is open every FIRST and THIRD Saturday of the month, from 9am until 12 noon on The Green, Wye.
Visit the Wye Food Festival starting with an extended Farmers Market on 16th June with lots of events all week.
WYE
Bexley (Hall Place)
The Farmers Market at Hall Place, Bexley is held on the first Sunday of each month and is open to the public between 10am and 2pm (approx). It is located in the Courtyard area outside the new Visitors Centre.
The Farmers Market ran as a trial over 2 days in November 2011 and started as a permenant feature in April 2012.
Hall Place is a fine Grade I listed country house. It was built in 1537 for Sir John Champneys a wealthy merchant and former Lord Mayor of London. A rare example of its type and much of the original house that Sir John built still survives today.
Hall Place is surrounded by 65 hectares of magnificent formal gardens and landscaped parkland that have something to offer visitors throughoput the year.
There are also glass houses to visit.
Challock
Challock Farmers' Market is open from 1pm to 4pm on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of every month apart from August when the Farmers' Market is closed.
The Farmers' Market offers a selection of locally produced fruit and vegetables, eggs, cheese, fresh meat, fish, game, bread, cakes and pies, honey, jams, pickles. We also have one stall selling village gardeners' produce. We also sell teas and cakes.
After the market closes , make sure to visit one of our friendly pubs for some refreshments, or enjoy a walk through this beautiful village.
Chartham
Chartham Community Farmer's Market is held weekly on a Thursday afternoon, from 2.30pm to 5pm in the Chartham Village Hall.
The market has three main aims-
to provide the local community with the opportunity to buy locally produced quality goods.
to support local organisations by giving the profits to local groups who provide volunteers to help run the market. to provide an opportunity to meet up with friends and neighbours for a chat over a cup of tea and slice of homemade cake.
There are usually between 10 and 12 stalls providing a comprehensive range of goods. Refreshments are available serving Fairtrade tea and coffee and a selection of homemade cakes.
CHARTHAM
Cliftonville
Cliftonville Farmers' Market was established in 2001 by the Cliftonville Residents Association. It is run entirely by volunteers and is self funded.
Since then the Market has been voted:-
'Best Farmers' Market in Kent'
2006, 2007 and 2008 by Produced in Kent, BBC Radio Kent & Kent Life.
We were so proud to receive the award voted for by our customers.
The market was also :-
Finalist for Best farmer s' market in Kent in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and won Pride in Thanet Award 2008
The Farmers' Market is located on the cliff top with wonderful sea views and surrounds the newly refurbished Bandstand. If you are feeling energetic after the market there are some great cliff top walks and sandy beaches.
Dartford
Dartford Farmers' Market began in November 2005 at the request of Dartford Borough Council and has been running since then. The regularity of the Farmers Market has now been agreed by Dartford Borough Council as taking place on the 3rd Friday of each month.
The Farmers Market is held in the Pedestrian area of Dartford High Street and is open to the public between 10am and 2pm on the 3rd Friday of the month.
There's a variety of produce available include meat, bread, plants, preserves, fudge and much more.
DARTFORD
Elham
The Farmers’ Market in the picturesque village of Elham is held on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, from 10.00 to 12.00. It offers a selection of locally produced fruit and vegetables (some organic), eggs, cheese, fresh meat, game, bread, cakes and pies, honey, jams, pickles, and wine. This selection varies according to season and availability.
The farmers' Market is a not-for profit organisation run by a committee of volunteers representing different organisations in Elham. The Elham community is directly involved through the Friends Association, while Elham Gardeners have one stall where they sell their own fruit and veg, cut flowers, herbs, jams and more, all produced in the village.
The Farmers' market is held in the courtyard of the Rose and Crown pub in the centre of the village.
After the market, make sure to visit one of our friendly pubs for some refreshments, or enjoy a walk through this historic village with its many listed buildings.
ELHAM
Faversham
Welcome to our New Faversham Farmers Market which will commence on Sunday 4th March
It will be open EVERY Sunday from 10 - 2pm.
Situated on the Standard Quay amongst the old barges on the Creek we believe we have found the ideal location to shopping !!
Plenty of free parking, local produce plus lots of other attractions. We look forward to welcoming you and all local farmers market traders.
No only is there a Farmers Market to see on your visit but also a Garden Centre, Tea Room, Antiques centre and also a Sunday Flea Market, which will include crafts and general bric a brac.
We even have a on-site upholster with 30 years experience !
FAVERSHAM
Horsmonden
Horsmonden Farmers' Market was launched in May 2006, by three local mothers, Liz Taylor, Pippa Ankjaer and Mary Moffat, who were motivated to encourage people to shop locally to reduce FOOD MILES and to support the local rural economy. They also wanted to feed their own children on healthy, FRESH, LOCAL FOOD.
The Farmer's Market proved very popular from the begining, not least for its thriving refreshment stall, run by local charities and community groups for fund raising purposes. It has led to a revival in the use of the Village Green and gives people a location to meet and chat.
The Farmers' Market has a clear set of guidelines governing the origin of produce sold. In general produce must be grown, sourced and produced within a 30 mile radius of the village. There is some flexibility for produce that is hard to find and the occasional exception if a stall is likely to prove very popular (the wonderful olives stall being an example).
There are around 20 stalls, covering a full range of produce including meat, game, poultry, eggs, cheese, fruit and veg, bread, jams and pickles, honey, prepared pies, pastries, cakes and bakes and more exotic produce such as olives, pestos, prepared Italian meals. There are also occasional craft stalls, especially in the lead up to Christmas and the farmers' Market grows in the summer with the addition of seasonal stalls such as asparagus and cobnuts, cherries and soft fruit.
HORSMONDEN
Pantiles
The Farmers' Market is located in the historical centre of Tunbridge Wells, the Pantiles. It revives the tradition of an open air market held here a few centuries ago and opens the 1st and 3rd Saturdays between the hours of 9.00am and 2.00pm .
Not only can you experience the value of shopping at a Farmers' Market but the totally pedestrian area is surrounded by shops, cafes and pubs, making a day complete shopping day both inside and outside.
TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Sandwich
At the heart of the town of Sandwich in Kent is the Guildhall, the focal point of both modern activities and ancient traditions. The Farmers' Market located around the Guildhall and Cattle Market revives this tradition ensuring they continue to play an important role in our farming community.
The farmers' Market takes place on the last Saturday in the month (March through November) between the hours of 9.00am and 1.00pm.
The Farmers Market has a variety of stalls including :-
Fruit and Vegetables in season,
Free Range Meats,
Fresh Fish
Cakes, Pastries,
Preserves
Chocolates,
Italian baked goods,
Plants,
Homemade Bird Boxes,
Handmade Cards.
Handmade jewellery
Handcrafted Clocks
SANDWICH
Stansted
Stansted Farmers Market, which is held in the village hall on the first Thursday of every month, was conceived as an alternative to opening a village shop.
The Farmers' Market gives residents the opportunity to buy fresh local foodstuffs and, as importantly, gives local growers another outlet for their produce.
The farmers' market offers a good variety of goods, which includes, meats, vegetables, soft fruits and cheeses. Bread, cakes, muffins, hand made chocolates, jams and homemade cake.
Upchurch
There are over 20 stalls plus bouncy castle, B.B.Q & refreshments.
The Farmers' Market opens every 4th Sunday of the month between 10am to 1pm
Westerham
The Westerham Town Partnership organises the Sunday morning farmers' market to promote high quality, locally produced food and drink. Our aim is to reduce the need to travel, reduce food miles and packaging waste and encourage visitors to the town.
The farmers' market operates the 1st and 3rd Sundays every month.
The farmers' market offers freshly baked bread, seasonal fresh vegetables, salad and fruit, game, smoked meats, delicatessen, fish, cheese, pickles, honey and jams and plants/herbs/salad & vegetable seedlings.
A stall is also be made available to voluntary organisations and local charities, on a regular or an occasional basis
WESTERHAM
Whitstable
Whitstable Farmers' Market opens on the second and fourth Saturday every month. There you can buy organic produce from within 30 miles of Whitstable (though most farmers are much closer).
Products available include :-
vegetables from an organic and a biodynamic farm;
home baked cakes and pies;
a range of organic breads from a Whistable bakery (using local organically grown flour);
organic eggs plus free range and wild game meats;
hand made chocolates; fruit juice and cheese, (made just 4 miles away).
We run a a Fair Trade cafe with all tea and coffee from Fair Trade sources run by volunteers plus locally hand made re-usable shopping bags with our own logo for sale. In addition we have Guest craft stalls, young musicians and environmental displays.
WHITSTABLE
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