In our Events Directory you'll find your Local Food and Drink Festival, Artisan Markets near you and your regular local Farmers Market.

14 December 2019 A photo of the market place in Belper with stalls for the Belper Monthly Market

Market Place, Belper, Derbys DE56 1FZ

Belper Monthly Market

Belper Farmers Market is held on Belper’s historic Market Place, DE56 1FZ on the second Saturday of the month, 8.30am – 1pm

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21 December 2019 A picture of people browsing the stalls at Beeston Farmers Market

The Square, Beeston, Nottingham

Beeston Farmers Market

A monthly Farmers' Market in the centre of Beeston with an array of locally made food and beverages

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21 December 2019 Farsley Farmers Market Logo

St John's Hall, Farsley, Leeds, LS28 5DJ

Farsley Farmers Market

A Community Market held on 4th Saturday in the centre of Farsley Village, just off main shopping street

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21 December 2019

Bingham Farmers Market

With a vast variety of stalls with products ranging from bread, meat, fish, award winning preserves, plants, cakes and much more. This market is a gre...

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Going to a local Farmers Market is a great way to find fabulous locally produced food from Artisan Producers near you.  In some towns and cities these farmers markets are held monthly, but some towns like Ludlow, Stone and Melton Mowbray hold an annual Food and Drink Festival over several days.

The great thing about visiting your local Farmers Market is that you get to meet the producers who made the products, and they can tell you about the provenance of the food or drink.  Buying direct from local producers and local independent shops means that you are getting high quality, locally sourced products.

You can get the freshest local products, such as fruit and vegetables, small batch jams and chutneys, artisan cheeses, freshly baked bread etc.  As well as knowing that you are reducing your food miles, you can often talk direct to the producer about their artisan products.

You also know that you’ll buy local and help to support local farmers, support small business and the local economy.

Lots of Artisan Markets (sometimes called Makers Markets) are popping up in smaller towns now.  As well as featuring Artisan Food and Drink, they have handmade crafts and gifts.  Organisers are trying to make these a real event, and many have buskers and street food stalls too.

Our website allows you to search for the local food events happening near to you, and will also show you which Artisan Producers you’ll find there.  If you love the products of a particular Artisan Producer you can find where they will be for the next few months in the meet the producer on their page.

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