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The best farmer’s markets to visit in the UK this summer Wine News

This weekly Saturday market is renowned for its lively atmosphere – you’re likely to encounter as much live music as you do local asparagus. But the products are also top notch. Local fruits and vegetables, much of which are organic, are the name of the game here, including some of the best local strawberries in season. Locals cite Pippin’s Donuts as some of the best in the country and the perfect fuel for a morning browsing the market.

Every Saturday; 9 am-2pm; Cornhill Market Square and surrounding streets, Stroud GL5 2HH

St Nicholas Farmers and Producers Market, Bristol

St Nicks Market has been marketed since 1743, so for a farmers market in a historic setting, look no further than this Wednesday market, which has the added benefit of being located close to other shopping potentials, such as the daily St Nicholas covered market.

Look for the finest produce such as meat from Elm Tree Farm, located in Bristol itself, delicious pies from Frocester Fayre and award-winning breads from Pullins Bakers.

Each Wednesday; 9:30 am to 2:30 pm; St. Nicholas Market, Corn St, Bristol BS1 1JQ

Moseley Farmers Market, Birmingham

Since 2000, the Moseley Farmers’ Market has supplied Birmingham with some of the best produce in the Midlands, regularly winning regional and national awards. The market emphasizes local (within an 80 km radius), seasonal and affordable produce, and has a wider range of stalls of fresh and prepared produce than most.

The next Market is on Saturday June 26, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Alcester Road, Birmingham B13 8HS

Monthly food market in Malton, North Yorkshire

Labeling itself as the ‘Food Capital of Yorkshire’, Malton has become a food hub in recent years. Its market, held on the second Saturday of the month, features the best food in God’s Own County. In addition to high-end products, street food and music are offered at the picturesque site of St. Michael’s Church.

Star chef Tommy Banks, who lives nearby, is a fan. “There’s always a guy who makes pies with puddings or Yorkshire burritos, it’s pretty cliché but very popular. Malton also has the most amazing food festival, which draws 60,000 visitors over two days, it’s pretty rock.

The second Saturday of each month; 9 am-3pm; Marketplace, Malton YO17 7LX

Kendal Farmers Market, Cumbria

Located in the pretty historic market town, Kendal Farmers’ Market is small by modern farmer’s market standards, but it certainly makes up for its quality and authenticity. Held on the last Friday of each month, expect delicacies like freshly baked country bread, cakes and pies, local Lake District meat, bright cheese, and roast pork. Beware of berry and beetroot brownies from Ginger Bakers, wild boar sausages from Sillfield Farm and ancient grain sourdough breads from Lovingly Artisan.

Last Friday of each month; 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Marketplace, Kendal LA9 4TN

The Garage Farmers Market, Chilwell, Nottinghamshire

As you go through farmers’ markets, this bi-monthly gathering on the outskirts of Nottingham is unique, located in a former bus depot that has been in the same family for five generations. Local products are in the spotlight on the second and fourth Sunday of each month (there are many other varied events on the other days).

Each week, around 25 stalls offer local breads, cheeses, pastries, pies, vegetables and alcoholic drinks. A particular favorite is the fresh lasagna. On the first and third Sunday of each month, a gourmet market runs alongside a period craft market.

Second and fourth Sunday of each month; 10 am-2pm; The Garage, 63 High Road, Chilwell, Beeston NG9 4AJ

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