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Wiltshire Farmers Markets

Wiltshire Farmers’ Markets Association run monthly markets across the county where local people can buy local food and drink direct from producers. 

The Association has around 60 producer-members selling at the markets which vary in size and character.  Expect to find a good selection of seasonal vegetables, meats, cheeses, preserves, cakes and bread and, increasingly, cider and beers.  Also look out for: rapeseed oil and natural skin care with new products appearing all the time such as fish and locally produced charcuterie e.g. salamis, air dried ham and chorizo. 

The aim is to give farmers, growers, foragers and makers a reliable outlet for their goods and, importantly, more control over the price in relation to the cost of production. 

There are lots of benefits for the consumer too.  The markets have a great atmosphere and the producers are always ready to talk about what they do, to explain about production methods, where the products comes from and what makes them special.   

Shopping at the farmers market can turn the chore of the weekly shopping trip into a pleasure.

My Wiltshire

There are some excellent cider makers and microbreweries in Wiltshire. We have a master brewer in our family and we all enjoy sampling new beers and ciders.

Sue Thomson Wiltshire Farmers’ Markets Association

Where to find us





Market Place, Devizes SN10 1JG

1st Saturday of every month, 9.00am-1.00pm


Poultry Cross, Salisbury, SP1 1EP

Every Wednesday, 9.00am-2.00pm


High Street, Royal Wootton Bassett, SN4 7AF

4th Saturday, 9.00am-1.00pm


Central Car Park, Warminster, BA12 9BT

1st & 3rd Friday, 9.00am-1.00pm


Lamb Yard & riverside, Bradford on Avon, BA15 1FG

Last Sunday, 10.30am to 2.00pm


Our top things to do in Wiltshire

Stunning scenery in either direction by train from Bradford on Avon

It’s so pleasant to just sit and watch the countryside roll by. I love the white hedgerows in the spring and bluebells just beyond Salisbury, the sunsets across the rolling hills, even the driving rain and menacing storm clouds. I always look out for the colourful barges on the canal towards Limpley Stoke and the Loch Ness monster somewhere between Westbury and Warminster, I think, but the not quite knowing is part of the fun and it moved locations sometimes.

BA15 1DF

Real ale and live music at the Two Pigs in Corsham

Combine real ale with live music on a Monday night at the Two Pigs in Corsham, always a bit of a squash when busy but that just adds to the friendliness of the place. If your ears can take it you can get up close to the band, or if you prefer a bit more muted the bar extends quite a way back so you can almost set the volume.

SN13 0HY

The Potting Shed at Crudwell near Malmesbury

For a real evening treat try The Potting Shed. They grow a lot of the vegetables and herbs used in their dishes and serve a good pint of Timothy Taylors landlord beer. As well as specials on the menu they often have seasonal or creative drink offerings as well.

SN16 9EW

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