Markets in Faringdon
Markets in Faringdon Tuesdays and Saturdays
Faringdon is a historic market town, and has regular markets throughout the year.
There's a weekly market on Tuesdays and Saturdays in the Market Square and a monthly Farmers' Market is held on the first Tuesday.
Market Charter for Faringdon
7th March 1218. Reign of Henry III
Ferendon Market: The Shire of Berkshire is ordered to hold a market in Ferendun on Mondays.
18th February 1313. Reign of Edward II
Market changes from Mondays to Tuesdays
More information and pictures (pdf)
Weekly Saturday Market
Saturday Market in the Market Place from 10 am to 1pm, stalls include fruit and vegetables, bread, cakes, savouries, craft stalls, community stalls, prints, cards and much more.
Come along and visit the stalls, support the local businesses and have a great morning in the market place.
To book a stall please email Liz@faringdontowncouncil.gov.uk
Traditional Tuesday weekly Market
A traditional weekly market runs every Tuesday from 8.30 am to 1.00 pm in the Town Centre. The market stalls sell fruit and veg, artisan foods and cakes, eggs, fish, bread, plants, cards and stationery, haberdashery, children’s clothes, gifts and jewelry. More info on Facebook
If you are interested in becoming a stall holder contact 07796 382727 email@example.com
Farmers' Market. First Tuesday
The Farmers' Market takes place on the first Tuesday of each month in Faringdon Market Place to complement the weekly market on those days.
Faringdon is buzzing at the market which is proving to be a real pull for people from the town and its surrounding villages. We have enjoyed a turnout of 10-12 stalls on average throughout its period of existence. High quality produce on sale includes various meats, i.e. beef, venison, mutton and pork, soft fruit, fudge, cheeses, trout, bread and cakes, plants, cut flowers, and dog treats.
If you would like a stall for your farm or home produced goods, please contact
Farmers Market Facebook page