The Bristol Farmers’ Market at the top of Corn Street, Bristol City Center, has been around for years and offers fresh produce from local farmers and businesses. It’s held each Wednesday at 9.30am – 2.30pm.
Conveniently located right outside St. Nicholas Market (which is open Mon-Sat 9:30am – 5pm), the Bristol Farmers’ Market was originally set up in a bid to bring local businesses and the public together. It’s now been running for many years and has a number of regular stalls.
You’ll be able to pick up locally produced cheese, chutneys, honey, eggs, fish, seafood, meats, fresh fruit and vegetables and a number of other tasty home-made foods.
Most of the fruit and veg stalls offer seasonal produce whilst the other stands have great quality foods all year round. There are lots of home-made, organic and locally produced foods and goods. Namely, soups, pies, sausages, honey, cider, jams, olives, bread, cookies, fresh doughnuts etc – often with free tasters ;-).
Regulars, like the fish and cheese man, always have a great range on offer and are lovely people to talk to.
It’s always great quality, reasonable prices and good to know you’re supporting the local community.
Try and get there before 2pm as that’s when most of the stalls start shutting down (the market officially closes at 2:30pm).
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- Address Bristol Farmers Market
Corn St / Wine St