Kingsbridge Farmers’ Market


Event Date:

From 18th August

Until 15th December


Overview

1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.

You’ll find everything you’d expect from a farmers’ market and more.

Fruit and vegetables with as many as possible locally grown. A glistening array of fresh fish and crab landed locally. The smell of freshly baked bread and pastries still warm from the oven. Fresh meat served by the farmers who tended their livestock, properly hung and from contented animals.

Luscious handmade cakes, a wide range of homemade preserves and sauces, cheeses, locally grown flowers, plants and herbs, pate’s, pies, pasties and honey from Dartmoor. Free range eggs and local ale. An interesting and varied selection of local craft stalls – perfect for a gift to take home or for treating yourself.

Well worth a visit to Kingsbridge Town Square between 9am – 1pm on the first and third Saturday of the month.


Location


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Kingsbridge Farmers’ Market The Quay
Kingsbridge
TQ7 1HS
Kingsbridge Farmers’ Market

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