Farmers Markets In Wiltshire


If you’re concerned about the well-being of the environment, you should know all food sold in farmers’ markets are produced by Wiltshire farmers within a few hundred miles of the market. You should also know whatever you buy in the market has been grown, cooked, reared, caught, or created by the retailer.

Farmer’s market in Wilshire

A shed at a farmers'market

Bradford on Avon, Lamb Yard and Riverside

Bradford on Avon opens each third Thursday of the month (except in January) in Westbury Gardens from 9am-1pm and the last Sunday of each month (except in December when it falls on the 3rd) in Lamb Yard. This place is located in the heart of Bradford on Avon and successfully syndicates residential with commercial. There are myriad of stalls located in Bradford, each person selling something different, you are sure to find a large collection of traditional ingredients and spices as well as fresh fruits and vegetables.

Opening Times: Last Sunday of every month

10:30am – 2:00 pm

Devizes, Market Place

Devizes is said to be one of the largest marketplaces in the west of England. For over 300 years, the market has been held at the same site. The market consists of 63 stalls with various products ranging from fruits, housewares, culinary equipment, fish, vegetables and toys. The Market Place combines Historic buildings some which include the Bear Hotel, the Pelican and the Ruth Pierce Monument with many banks and cosmopolitan shops. It is most definitely an exciting to place to be.

Opening Times: First Saturday of every month

9:00am – 1:00pm

A farmers' market

Salisbury, Poultry Cross

The Poultry Cross is a farmer’s market in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. This market is very rich in history as it crosses dates from c. 1450. The market replaced a ‘High Cross’ that had stood in a similar position since the city’s earliest days. On Thursdays, a local paper vendor can be found sitting in a little stall selling the Salisbury Journal. The atmosphere is a lovely place to walk. It is also a wonderful to stop to get fresh eggs, fish meats and vegetables at a very reasonable price.

Opening Times: Every week on Wednesdays


A park used for a farmers' market

Warminster, Central Car Park, near Library

It is always very lovely the first and third Fridays of every month as the farmer’s market comes to Warminster. It is a perfect location to shop for any household need you might have. The local farmers start setting up their wares from as early as 9 in the morning. On getting to this farmer’s market, you are sure to find a wide range of fresh foods, vegetables and fruits.

Opening Times: First Friday & third Friday of each month

9 am – 1 pm

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You are sure to find Farmers’ Markets in most Wiltshire towns, all of them offering a myriad of local produce directly from the supplier. Be sure to go early enough so you can get the best buy.

Head on to a farmers’ market to enjoy the full Wiltshire experience. At the market, you’ll find fresh produce and home-made treats to enjoy. You might even get an original Wiltshire recipe.