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Stroud Farmers Market

Farmers' Markets

There are many Farmers' Markets around the District that are all worth a visit and display some the best produce and crafts from Gloucestershire. All are run by members of the Old Gloucestershire Farmers' Market Group, apart from Stroud which is run by Fresh and Local. Details of all of them can be found below:

Stroud Farmers' Market

Stroud Farmers’ Market is multi award-winning and is well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers' markets in the UK. The market was awarded Best Farmers' Market in the UK for 2013 for a second time by FARMA.

When: Every Saturday (except between Christmas and New Year)
Time: 9am - 2pm
Organised By: Fresh and Local
Tel: 01453 758060

Stroud Shambles Market

There has been a market in one form or another in the “Shambles” for centuries, certainly before AD1600. The original market was primarily used by butchers, as denoted by the “butchers blocks” attached to the wall of the buildings, however over the years the market has evolved to become a thriving vibrant mixed indoor and outdoor market offering a variety of goods and stalls including: - fresh fish, cheese, fruit & vegetables, garden plants, jewellery, records/tapes/CDs, sweets, clothing, watches/clocks, antiques, bric-a-brac, pies/pasties, models/games and many more interesting items.

Location: The “Shambles” is situated just off the High Street by St Lawrence Church.

Times: The market is open from 08:00am every , Friday and Saturday throughout the year.

Nailsworth Farmers Market

When: fourth Saturday of the month (may be brought forward a week in December)
Time: 9am until 1pm
Organised By: Sarah Martin
Tel: 07841-922639


Wotton-under-Edge Farmers Market

When: first Saturday (except January)
Time: 9am until 1pm
Organised By: Diana Pawlowski
Tel:01453 843210

Berkeley (3rd) 9am - 12.30pm
Dursley (2nd and 4th) - 9am - 1.00pm

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