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Farnham Farmers’ Market

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Discover sensational food and drink at the monthly Farnham Farmers’ Market. farmers' market logo  

About Farnham Farmers’ Market

When and where the market takes place

Farnham Farmers’ Markets taken place on the fourth Sunday of the month from 10am-1.30pm. See our calendar for the dates of the markets.

The market is held in Central car park, off Victoria Road, Farnham.

COVID-19 safety precautions

In line with government guidelines, safety measures have been introduced and we are taking all precautions to ensure the safety of our customers and vendors.


We are expecting the following stallholders to attend the May Farmers’ Market:

Stallholder Stall number Produce
Collaroy Farm Eggs Stall 1 Eggs
T and V Vegetable Gardens Stall 2 Fresh vegetables
Batch Farm Cheeses Stall 3 Cheese
Sussex Smokers Stall 4 Fish, meat, pates
Bartie’s Sussex Faire Stall 5 Chutneys/sauces
Sodt Ltd Stall 6 Bread
Stall 7
Simon’s Pies Stall 8 Pork pies
Mrs B’s Bees Stall 9 Honey, wax paper
Tomato Stall Stall 10 Fresh tomatoes
Pure Delights Stall 11 Cakes
Butler Country Estate Stall 12 Trout pate
Love2Eat (Double) Stall 13 Pork pies, sausage rolls, pasties
Stall 14
Hunts Hill Stall 15 Meat
Jakes Artisan food (DOUBLE) Stall 16 Pies, cold meat snacks
Blocochoc Stall 17 Chocolate/confectionary
Anila’s Authentic Stall 18 Sauces
Stall 19
Olive and Things Stall 22 Olives, preserves

What you can expect to find

Farnham Farmers’ Market has a great variety of stalls offering seasonal produce. You can usually buy:

  • honey and jam
  • fruit and vegetables
  • bread and cakes
  • preserves
  • meat
  • fish
  • pickles, sauces and oils
  • cheese
  • fruit juice and cordial
  • eggs
  • muesli
  • plants, roses and herbs
  • handcrafted, non-food items

Meet the producer

Find out more about our regular stallholders.

Charity refreshment tent

Every month, a local charity runs the refreshment tent serving hot drinks, cake and other items.

How to be a stallholder

The aim of the market is to:

  • offer shoppers a lively, bustling atmosphere
  • provide a balanced cross-section of products, and
  • encourage shoppers to buy local

If you are a local producer and would like to attend the farmers’ market you will need to complete an application form and a produce enquiry form. Please return these to

Before you do this, it is a good idea to read the stallholders’ guidelines , rules and food safety advice. You may also find it useful to read the Surrey Farmers’ Market Guide.


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