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Farmers' markets are really the most pleasant way to shop for food. Stalls groaning with local produce lovingly grown and harvested, there's no anaemic plastic wrapped veggies here.

Go to a Farmers' Market and you can rest assured that whatever you buy is produced locally to high environmental standards, and that in buying it you are also supporting the local economy. Shopping at a farmers' market is an altogether more pleasant experience, if you're prepared to barter, you can get yourself some real bargains.

What's more, seasonal food from the farm just tastes better!

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We found 368 Farmers' Markets

Cliftonville Farmers' Market

Cliftonville Farmers' Market

Cliftonville Farmers' Market was established in 2001 by the Cliftonville Residents Association. It is run entirely by volunteers and is self funded.

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Shipbourne Farmers' Market

Shipbourne Farmers' 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 Chur...

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Alfreton Farmers' Market

Alfreton Farmers' Market

This Farmers Market is held on the 3rd Saturday of every month, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

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Freeman Street Market

Freeman Street Market

Freeman Street Market is a large indoor market covering approximately one acre in the old heart of Grimsby. As its the largest fishing port, the market soon bec...

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