Gloucester Farmer's Market




  • All the family
  • Under 5s
  • School age
  • Adults






A centre for trade and commerce for over 2,000 years, hosts the weekly Farmers’ Market in Gloucester. Occupying all four of the Gate Streets, the market has a fine range of local produce including a superb range of seasonal vegetables, a huge range of soft fruits throughout the summer and top fruit in the autumn.

With 2 local bakeries, locally reared meats, poultry and game, goat’s cheeses, Eat Square pies, fresh olives, preserves, free range eggs, a great selection of street food including Niang’s Thai Snacks, Za’Za Falafel and Marinades Caribbean, plus plants for the garden.

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The market was established by the City Council in 1999 and has been operated by 3 operators in that time. Fresh-n-Local took on the ailing monthly market in 2003 and made it the first weekly market in Gloucestershire.

Runs every Friday

9:30am - 3pm

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