Axbridge
Axbridge

Axbridge

The market is held on the first Saturday of every month in the 400 year old market square in the centre of this ancient town. Starting with a few tentative trial markets in 2001, the market became a monthly fixture of the town in October 2002 and is still as popular as ever!

Axbridge provides an ideal setting for an outdoor canopy market and offers a great selection of about 25 stalls. The picturesque square has excellent hotels and cafes, King John’s Hunting Lodge Museum and can provide a base for exploring nearby Cheddar or the Mendip Hills. The market has been shortlisted for Taste of the West’s Best Farmer’s Market category two years in a row.

To find out whats happening in the Cheddar & Axbridge area visit the : Cheddar.nub.news

Dates for 2021

6th February 6th March
3rd April 1st May
5th June 3rd July
7th August 4th September
2nd October 7th November
4th December
Christmas Market Sunday 19th December 10am – 1.30pm

Times:  9am-1pm

Location

Axbridge Town Square, BS26 2AP

Parking/Transport

Axbridge Town Car Park on Old Church Road and a smaller car park on Moorland road are a short walk from the market. There is also on-street parking on Houlgate Way – please be considerate of driveways etc. Please do not try and park in the Market Square, there is almost never a space on market day.  The 126 bus service to/from Wells and Weston-super-Mare stops in the Square.

Accommodation

There are a number of places to stay in the local area, The Oak House Hotel is right on Axbridge Square and they will refrigerate your perishable purchases from the market for you.

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Regular Stallholders

Bath Soft Cheese

Park Farm in Kelston is home to an array of award-winning organic cheeses, including the famous Bath Soft Cheese and Wyfe of Bath Cheese.

Fussels Fine Foods

Farm based single cold pressed extra virgin rapeseed oil and a range of rapeseed based products.

In Clover

We offer perennials, shrubs and bulbs alongside hand crafted willow structures.

Mere Fish Farm

Fresh trout reared in spring water, also hot and cold smoked, roulades and terrines.

Real Pork

Saddleback/Large White cross pigs; home reared and produced pork

Somerset Charcuterie

Salami, chorizo and cured meats. Made using traditional artisan methods, Somerset ingredients and west country flavours.

White’s of Wick

Fourth generation farmers Dan and Vikki White produce and finish Aberdeen Angus Beef, producing prime meat to the highest assurance standard with full traceability. Meat

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