How we do it

On the first and third Saturdays of every month – Crediton Farmers’ Market is a lively, bustling community hub, linking the rural and urban environments and enabling each to better understand the other. Come along and wander among the wide choice of stalls and sample our produce before buying. With such a variety there is bound to be something for everyone. Meet up with your friends and have a natter in the seating area over breakfast, coffee or soup.

What we do

To promote local and seasonal produce and enterprise, to increase farm incomes to a level which better reflects the value of the product and to provide a focal point for the local community.  Our stallholders are the primary producers, working from field to fork, and at the market they sell only what they grow themselves or otherwise create. You can find out exactly how the produce came to be at the market, how it was reared, where was it grown, how was it made, whether it is organic, what breed or variety it is, how to cook it. Just ask the stallholder!

Why we do it

To promote local and seasonal produce and enterprise, to increase farm incomes to a level which better reflects the value of the product and to provide a focal point for the local community.  Our stallholders are the primary producers, working from field to fork, and at the market they sell only what they grow themselves or otherwise create.

Upcoming markets

Event Information:

  • S B Stanbury Game Dealers

    All our meat is wild and local to us. It is all subject to availability, depending on the time of year. We are fully registered and licensed to deal in game.

    Business name

    S B Stanbury Game Dealers

    Contact Name

    Brian Stanbury

    Brief description of your produce

    Wild Local Game, to include Partridge, Pheasant, Pigeon, Squirrel, Hare, Rabbit, Wild Boar, Snipe and Woodcock. We also sell game pie mix and game sausages.

    Web address

    N/A

    Phone Number

    07770 864569

    Email Address

    [email protected]

    Business Address

    7 Cleave Close, Tedburn St Mary

Market mumblings – musings from the Farmers’ market