Farmers’ Market


Every Saturday, 10am – 3pm

On Saturdays the Farmers’ Market brings together lots of fresh local produce.

Stalls vary from week to week, offering a range of organic vegetables, fruit, bread, cheeses, meat, fish, cakes, eggs, olives, preserves, oils, and juices.

Our Rural Artists can also be found selling pottery, textiles, and carving, hand-made on the Farm.

Stall holders are knowledgeable and passionate about their produce – ask for tips on the best way to prepare your seafood, or recipes to cook with rare breed meats.

Regular attendees include Marsh FarmWhitegates Farm; and Brockmans Farm.

When you’re all shopped-out, relax with a coffee or lunch in the Farm Café, or grab a snack from one of the hot food vendors.

Make a day of it: meet our animals, enjoy our gorgeous green space, or even have your bike repaired for free.

Organised by by City & Country Farmers’ Markets; a family-run company running markets across London.

‘First visit to the Farmers’ Market – fab! Lots to tempt – my buys, a huge sourdough loaf, a good chunk of top Stilton’ – visitor Steve Allen



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