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Double winners of the Devon Life Food & Drinks Awards as the “Best Farmers Market in Devon 2009 and 2010“, as voted by our customers

Cullompton Food and Drink Festival Autumn 2016

Cullompton Farmers’ Market are proud to be part of the Cullompton Food and Drink Festival on Saturday 8th October 2016. This free festival taking place throughout the town centre will focus on Autumn Fruits. Starting at 9am and finishing at 4pm there will be entertainment from musicians, cookery demonstrations, smoothie and milkshake bikes, food and […] more

Silver Award from taste of the West

We are delighted to have been awarded Silver Award from Taste of the West for 2016. This follows from our Silver Award in 2015 and continues to show the recognition and high standard that market delivers with some amazing and talented traders. Thanks to all !! more

Extra, extra - eat all about it!

Our regular monthly market customers tell us they would like to be able to buy produce more than once a month. We are all about freshness and direct purchase from the producers so that makes sense. So we will be running a few extra markets to see if this is true. March 26th (Easter Saturday) […] more

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Cullompton Farmers’ Market is held in the Higher Bullring, High Street, Cullompton, on the second Saturday in each month, 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Monthly farmers’ markets have been held in Cullompton since 10 June 1998 and each of them has been equally well attended and as successful as the first. Local people regularly attend the market as they know they can purchase fresh, quality food.

Refreshments are available, provided by vounteers for the benefit of the market. People are often seen chatting to neighbours who they would normally rush past in a supermarket. The farmers’ market was originated by the community and certainly has a community feel.

A farmers’ market is where local produce is sold to local people. All of the stall holders at the market have travelled less than 30 miles and are selling produce they grew, reared or created themselves. Cullompton Farmers’ Market was the first farmers’ market to be started in the South West. It is also the only one in the country to be set up by volunteers and not a local authority.

The number of stalls has been increased over the years, and new items have been added to the already wide range of produce. The markets have a unique atmosphere helped by events such as music provided by local musicians and children’s activities in the children’s corner. See our calendar page for information on what is coming up in future markets.