About Faringdon Country Market
Head to Faringdon for fresh, locally sourced produce every Friday.
A hidden gem, previously only known through word of mouth, Faringdon Country Market runs every Friday from 9.15am - 11am, in the Corn Exchange.
‘Country Markets’ is a network of local co-operative markets around the country selling genuinely homemade, homegrown, hand crafted products that you can buy directly from the producers. If you believe in eating good food that is fresh and locally grown then get down to this market and try it for yourself.
With fresh made pies, quiches, pasties, pates, cakes and tarts, the whole range of fresh home baked produce is a great cheat for busy mums to use as a chance to relax a little on a Friday. The kids are still being well fed with mum style cooking, without the work.
Once you have tasted the home made jams, chutneys, and locally grown fruit and veg, freshly picked and so full of flavour, it is impossible to return to shop bought ones.
In addition you can pick up a gift from the local wood turner or crochet and knitted goods, hand made cards, jewellery, bags and soaps.
There is often a queue up the street for the doors opening at 9.15am, so it pays to be early to get the pick of the produce.
For further information visit their website