Reading Farmers' Market
Reading's Farmers' Market.
Reading Farmers' Market is run by Thames Valley Farmers' Market Co-operative from the Cattle Market site on Great Knolly's Street.
Pay and Display parking is available next to the market.
Why shop at the Farmers' market?
Farmers' markets provide fresh produce at a fair price. The goods are sold to you directly by the people who produce them and everything comes from within a 30 mile radius of Reading.
The stall holders will tell you how they grow their fruit and vegetables, rear their animals or the local source of their material to make their crafts. Many of the stalls sell organic or free range produce.
Farmers' Market dates
Markets are held on the first and third Saturday of each month from 8.30am to 12.00pm.
(dates may vary in November and December due to local Christmas events.)
How to find us
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|local-food.net||Berkshire Food Group: Supporting and promoting the production and marketing of local food and drink for people in Berkshire, and improving access to healthy locally-produced food for all
|tvfm.org.uk||Thames Valley Farmers Markets: Discover where you local market takes place and when
|britishfoodfortnight.co.uk||British Food Fortnight: The biggest national celebration of the diverse and delicions range of food that Britain produces
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