Westerham Farmers’ Market
We regret that the market closed on 3rd September 2017. Many thanks to all our stallholders and all of our visitors since we started the venture back in May 2010.
1st & 3rd Sunday of each month 9.00am – 12.30pm
Westerham Market (now in its seventh year) is held in Market Square (outside The George and Dragon) Come along and try delicious bread, cheese, vegetables, games, veggie food, olives, plants, honey, cakes, nuts and preserves. From time to time, there are also some unusual craft stalls.
If anyone would like to have a stall, play music or get involved in the market in any way, please call Stuart on 07709 620 281
Where better to find the best food around than at your local Farmer’s Market? As regulars know well, the county’s markets have far more to offer than just traditional fruit, vegetables and meat. Many sell everything from fresh fish and game to a wide range of ready prepared dishes and ingredients such as pasta sauces, handmade chocolates, vegetarian dishes and wonderful cakes and breads.
The benefits of buying locally at a market are enormous! Not only will you get the chance to taste before you buy so you know exactly what you are getting but as you are buying directly from the producer, you can talk to them about how the produce was grown or made. And most will be able to give you storing and cooking tips so you can really make the most of your purchase.
Remember that because you are buying locally and seasonally, pricing is competitive with the supermarkets and often cheaper so don’t fall for the idea that markets are an expensive luxury. For details of special events plus locations and opening times visit www.kentfarmersmarkets.org.uk or follow @KentFarmers on Twitter.
Read all about what’s in season and try this month’s delicious recipe here Farmers markets in March.
Westerham Market is proud to welcome Gary and Lorraine Curd from Oakapple Farm in Yalding. The family have been market gardeners for at least three generations and sell veg and fruit at Yalding and Shipbourne markets.
Gary says “I think our soil gives our produce that special flavour missing from the sanitised, overwashed veg available in supermarkets.”
To read more about becoming a stallholder click here.