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Abingdon Markets

Abingdon has a wide variety of markets throughout the year, as well as their weekly Monday Farmer's Market. These include crafts, local excellance and continental foods.

  • Abingdon Country Market - open every Friday Morning between 09.30 and 11.00am in The Guildhall. They sell fresh made homemade cakes and pastries, home made jams, marmalades and chutneys. Local producers supply honey and eggs and fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers are available in season.  There is also a very varied range of craftwork. They also hold a mini market in Long Alley Alms Houses once a month, and on the 3rd Friday of the month they move their cakes and preserves on to the Market Square with Thames Valley Farmers' Market, while leaving the rest of the produce in The Roysse Room
  • Abingdon Craft Market - this biannual market takes place in the Market Place in the summer and at Christmas. Local craftmakers showcase and sell their high-quality, handmade crafts, including jewellery, woodturned items, textiles, leather goods, preserves, cakes, photography, and glass items. 
  • Continental Markets - The France at Home team brings their French Market to the Market Place twice a year, selling a wide range of authentic produce from France including bread and patisserie, pancakes, French cheeses, leather handbags, olives from Provence, jewellery, paté and saucisson from Normandy, confectionery from Montélimar, wooden toys, basketwork and French music and books. 
  • Local Excellence Market - This is a quarterly market, held on Saturdays, where local food producers, craft workers and retailers sell their goods in Abingdon Market Place. The Local Excellence Market gives Abingdon shoppers the chance to sample foods, beers and crafts from Oxfordshire and the nearest counties.
For further information on Abingdon markets visit their website, or keep an eye on the events and news section of your website. 


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