Glastonbury Farmers’ Market

First started in 1999, Glastonbury was the first market to be started by Somerset Farmers’ Markets.  It’s open on the fourth Saturday of each month.

Stalls are located around Market Cross, right in the centre of the town.  Customers can not only browse the great selection of produce at the market, but also explore Glastonbury’s unique range of shops and cafes and it’s only a mile (depending on route) to the top of Glastonbury Tor.

For more information about extending your trip to this interesting town, see Glastonbury Online’s guide.

Location:  by the Market Cross in the Market Place,  BA6 9EU

Dates for 2017:

Glastonbury Christmas market
Revised date:
23rd December 2017

Times:  9am-2pm

Parking/transport:  there are Pay and Display spaces in both St John’s Car Park and across the road by the Abbey.

Regular stallholders

  • Bower Bakery Artisan baker specialising in spelt loaves
  • Instow Kitchen Vegetarian and gluten free food with lots of flavour. Vegan and dairy free choices too.
  • Lisa’s Country Kitchen Homemade traditional cordials, with no additives or preservatives
  • Olive Branch Deli A wide range of olives, sun dried tomatoes, stuffed vine leaves and more, sourced in Italy, marinated with local flavours in Somerset.
  • Plotgate CSA Growing wonderfully tasty vegetables through a minimal input food system that enriches the ecological diversity of the land.
  • Somerset Cheese Company Award winning specialist cheese makers
  • Stretties Cakes Locally sourced and made range of gluten free and traditional cakes and pastries.
  • The Humble Pie Co Award winning pie maker from the heart of Somerset
  • Wootton Organic Dairy Award winning sheep and cows cheese and yoghurts.

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