Top 6 Farmer’s Markets in the Cotswolds

Considering the density of beautiful limestone market towns you will most certainly stumble upon some stalls selling local produce in the market squares. But to ensure that you get the best Cotswold farmer’s market experience we have sought out our favourites for you to visit.


This beloved and buzzing market has won Best Farmer’s Market of the year twice and is an old favourite with the locals as it also is Gloucestershire’s first ever market of this kind! It is now organised by Fresh n’ Local (LINK) who also organise farmer’s markets in Stow, Swindon and Gloucester.

When & Where: Every Saturday 9 am-2 pm and Wednesday in Cornhill Market Place & Surrounding Streets

Stroud Farmers Market from Cotswold TV on Vimeo.



The Ecology Centre Farmers’ Markets are festive, family-friendly, open-air marketplaces where California farmers bring fresh, locally-grown produce and farm-processed foods to sell directly to consumers. The markets feature fruits, vegetables, nuts, baked goods and much more. Often, musicians entertain the shoppers, and special events are scheduled throughout the year. The Ecology Centre are committed to supporting small-scale farmers who practice sustainable agriculture

When & Where:
Downtown Berkeley Centre Street – Saturdays 10 am – 3 pm
North Berkeley Shattuck Avenue Thursdays – 3 pm – 7 pm
South Berkeley Adeline Street – Tuesdays 2 pm – 6:30 pm

 Chipping Norton

In the beautiful old town of Chipping Norton (chipping is old English for market) in Oxfordshire stalls with delicious, fresh, locally produced food come directly from farm to you! There is a unique selection of hot speciality coffee & espresso based drinks, freshly roast & ground coffee beans, and coffee house plants!

When & Where: 8.30am – 1.30pm on the 3rd Saturday of the month in the Market Place


Outside Cavendish House a string of stalls line the street sells a range of produce including various meats and charcuterie, fruit and vegetables, desserts, preserves and pickles, cakes, bread, cheese and plants. Among the many respectable retailers in Cheltenham the market provides a great opportunity to sample and buy locally grown and made produce from Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds.

When & Where: 9.00am to 2.00pm on the second and last Friday of the month on the Promenade.

Farmer's Market Cotswolds

The farmer’s market in historic Woodstock (close to Blenheim Palace) you can find chutneys, smoked cheese

home-made filled chocolates, soups, sauces, fresh pasta made from local and seasonal ingredients and even Scottish fudge! A local deli also provides home-made vegetarian savouries. Craft stalls sell handmade & naturally dyed textile goods – bags, cushions and purses. Woodstock has something to offer to everyone!

When & Where: 8.30am – 1.30pm on the 3rd Saturday of the month in the Market Place



In West Oxfordshire’s largest town – which is known globally for it’s high quality blankets and throws – local producers provide a wide range of products including fish, meat vegetables and fruit, beeswax polish, candles, culinary and medicinal herbs, wine and much more!

When & Where: 8.30am – 1.30pm on the month’s last Friday in the Market P


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