5 OF THE BEST FARMERS MARKETS IN CORNWALL
Sourdough mountains, gooey cheeses, squidgy cakes and champion chutneys. What’s not to like?
Here’s our suggestions for 5 of the best farmers markets in Cornwall for you to go and enjoy some serious foodie fun…
1. Truro Farmers Market
Lemon Quay, Truro – Wednesday and Saturday 10-4
One of the oldest, and definitely one of the biggest, the Truro farmers market takes over Truro’s Lemon Quay twice a week. Bulging with quality local produce, plenty of tasters on offer and super friendly stall holders, this one is a good ‘un!
2. Whitecross Local Produce Market
White cross Village Hall – first Saturday 10-2
Located just across the river from Fowey, Whitecross market is a little gem. It’s held on the first Saturday of every month at Whitecross Village Hall.
3. Callington Country Market
Scout HQ, New Road Car Park – Wednesday 8.30-12
The Tamar Valley is an area well known for being rich in local produce and this market is a great showcase to prove this. Great variety, high quality and a super morning shopping
4. Liskeard Country Produce Market
Liskeard Public Hall – Friday 10-1
A local produce market showcasing the best in local crafts and a great variety of locally sourced food and drink.
5. Bude Farmers and Craft Market
Green on the Lower Wharf – Friday 10-3
Bude is a bit of a trek from SE Cornwall but its worth it if you catch this fantastic local produce market. It’s in a gorgeous location and the array of produce on offer would rival any farmers market in the country.
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