This most popular and busy market reached another milestone in March 2017 when it celebrated its fifteenth anniversary. The market attracts a dedicated following from customers near and far who appreciate the high quality local produce and extensive choice on offer from its 25+ regular and seasonal stallholders. Held on the fourth Saturday of the month at Windsor End, Beaconsfield Old Town, 9am - 12.30pm.
Developed in association with the Windsor & Eton Town Partnership, Windsor farmers’ market offers a wide range of produce and is within easy walking distance of the town centre and residential area. Closest car park is at East Berks College off Trinity Place, a minute’s walk away.
Established in 2005 as a local market taking place in the centre of the village, providing another source of fresh and local produce as well as a wonderful monthly community meeting place.
Over the years, the Farmers' Market have supported many important village causes from mending the church clock to supporting the expansion of the village school and donating to the rebuilding fund for the village hall to name but a few. Today, the market is still run by a strong team of volunteers, some of the original crew and a number of hard-working newer recruits.
The founder Sally Erhardt received the 'Pride of Surrey' award from Surrey Life's Food & Drink Awards 2017.
The Chapter Gardens, St. George’s School, Windsor Castle. Open to the public 11am - 5pm
The market takes place from 10am - 1pm on the second Sunday of the month in the Grove Road car park. Free parking opposite in Town Hall car park, off Park Street. A genuine farmers’ market so you can be assured of buying quality products direct from our farmers, growers, and producers.
Maidenhead is the longest continuously-running farmers' market in Berkshire where everything is:
Fresh - Nothing added except care and attention.
Local - Producers are as local as possible.
Authentic - Known provenance and production methods.
Seasonal - Fruit, vegetables and game only in season.
Homemade - Nothing bought in or mass produced.
Yummy! - Really taste the difference!
Charlbury is a Cotswold Market Town with a Charter granted by King Henry III in 1256. The original market place was in Church Street but nowadays there is too much traffic and street closure is not an option. The Playing Close is a superb location and the Trustees of Thomas Gifford’s Charity (the landowner) has agreed that Charlbury farmers’ markets can take place there.
All the produce comes from within a 50 mile radius of Charlbury and complies with TVFMC rules.
There are also local stalls that promote Charlbury’s many activities such as the annual Street Fair, Beer Festival and Children’s Playgroup.