There is an exciting range of fresh food and local specialities available in our region for you to enjoy. Farmers’ markets are good for farmers, rural communities, market towns, the environment, your health and your taste buds.
What makes a genuine farmers’ market?
There are three golden rules that should apply to a genuine farmers’ market:
- Producers must be local, defined as within a specified radius of the market site (normally 30 miles)
- Producers must sell their own produce. All secondary produce should contain local ingredients where possible
- The person behind the stall must be the producer, a close family member or an employee directly involved with production, allowing you to ask questions about how it was produced. Try it – they like to talk.
When and where
Rother Street on the first and third Saturday of the month, 9am – 4pm
Royal Leamington Spa
Pump Room Gardens on the fourth Saturday of the month, 9am – 2pm
The Market Square, when there is a fifth Saturday in a month
Clock Tower, last Thursday of the month, 9am – 2pm
Contact: Rugby First 01788 572150 or 07769904366
Church Hill, fourth Friday of the month, 10am – 2pm
Contact: 01827 716551
Broadgate, third Friday of the month, 9am - 4.30 pm
Find out more about farmers’ markets
For more information please visit farma.org.uk