Farmers' markets in Kent are really the most pleasant way to shop for food. Stalls groaning with local produce lovingly grown and harvested, there's no anaemic plastic wrapped veggies here.
Go to a Farmers' Market and you can rest assured that whatever you buy is produced locally in Kent to high environmental standards, and that in buying it you are also supporting the local economy. Shopping at a farmers' market is an altogether more pleasant experience, if you're prepared to barter, you can get yourself some real bargains.
What's more, seasonal food from the farm just tastes better!
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We found 22 Farmers' Markets in Kent.
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Chislehurst Farmers Market was started in June 2011 at the request of the Chislehurst Town Centre Management Group.
Location: Chislehurst, Kent
Challock Farmers' Market is open from 1pm to 4pm on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of every month apart from August when the Farmers' Market is closed.
Location: Challock, Kent
The Farmers' Market at Hall Place, Bexley is held on the first Sunday of each month and is open to the public between 10am and 2pm (approx). It is located in t...
Location: Bexley, Kent
Dartford Farmers' Market began in November 2005 at the request of Dartford Borough Council and has been running since then. The regularity of the Farmers Market...
Location: Dartford, Kent
One of Kent's newest farmers market. The market is organised by the same team that run the Award Winning Elm Court Farmers Market & Tonbridge, which is the larg...
Location: Aylesford, Kent
The market opens at 10am and close at 1pm, on the 1st and 3rd Thursday every month.
Location: Alkham, Kent
Egerton Farmers Market has now been trading every Friday from 2.00pm to 4.30pm for over 10 years.
Location: Ashford, Kent
West Malling farmers market is held on the fourth Sunday of every month in the High Street, which is closed for the day, of this picturesque and historic marke...
Location: West Malling, Kent
The farmers, growers or producers attending Elham Farmers' Market come from a defined local area. They or someone directly involved in the production have to be...
Location: Elham, Kent
In 2009 the Parish Council undertook a questionnaire to form the basis of a Parish Plan for the community. The plan identified, amongst other things a request f...
Location: Bearsted, Kent
Gravesend Farmers' Market started in October 2007 on a trial basis at the request of Gravesham Borough Council. Since then the Farmers' Market has become a per...
Location: Gravesend, Kent
When it's cold outside with a winter chill in the air and you reach for scarves, gloves and your warmest coat it's always nice at the weekends to go to a busy w...
Location: Cranbrook, Kent
Bridge Farmers' Market first opened its doors to customers in November 2010. Market research by an environmental group "Bridge Going Green" revealed that a Farm...
Location: Bridge, Kent
Hythe Farmers' Market was established in March 2004 by popular demand and continues to provide good quality local food to the people of Hythe and its environs.
Location: Hythe, Kent
Cliftonville Farmers' Market was established in 2001 by the Cliftonville Residents Association. It is run entirely by volunteers and is self funded.
Location: Margate, Kent
In 1285, Edward I granted the village of Shipbourne permission to hold a weekly market. In 2003, with the help of a grant from Rural Revival, the Parochial Chur...
Location: Shipbourne, Kent
Charing was set up originally as a WI Country market but has now branched out to become a Farmers' Market.
Location: Charing, Kent
Chartham Village Hall Community Farmer's Market is held weekly on a Thursday afternoon, from 2.30pm to 5pm at Chartham Village Hall.
Location: Chartham, Kent
Cliffe Memorial Hall is a lovely, well maintained Memorial Hall. It has its own grounds with large car park to the side. There are enclosed gardens ensuring tha...
Location: Medway, Kent
The farmers' market started as a new venture in April 2003 following an idea put forward by the Village Hall Management Committee to provide a service for our c...
Location: Capel-le-Ferne, Kent
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