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Our Farmers' Market will be re-opening on Tuesday 30 March for food and drink stalls only. We hope it will return to its normal slot of the first Tuesday in the month from 4 May.

Farmers' Market

Vegetables at Farmers' Market
We have a wide variety of Producers at the Farmers' Market and aim to keep a balance between types of stalls to promote customer choice.

We keep a balance between types of stalls to promote customer choice.

As a National Farmers' Retail and Markets Association (FARMA) accredited market, we have strict rules on what products are sold and who should sell.

The producer must produce the goods themselves, using locally sourced ingredients.

The producer must be based in our catchment area of within 50 mile radius of Guildford. Occasionally we will take a producer outside the catchment, but only if it's a product that can't be sourced within the radius.

Priority is given to primary producers, such as farmers, fishermen, growers, cheese-makers and brewers. Secondary producers, such as bakers, preserve makers, and a very limited number of craft, must commit to using a defined percentage of locally sourced ingredients in their products.

All the products sold must be reared, grown, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stall holder. Generally, we do not permit the sale of bought in goods.

For more information on prices, availability and eligibility for a pitch, email: Farmersmarket@guildford.gov.uk.