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Stroud Farmers' Market is multi-award winning and is well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers' markets in the UK and has been featured in the Sunday Telegraph, The Observer, The Independent, The Guardian Weekend, The Times and the Country Living Guide to Farmers' Markets.
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Jo
Jo
October 24, 2020
This is a buzzing multi award winning farmers market in Stroud every Saturday morning with lots of amazing food and artisan products for sale.
Iris
Iris
October 17, 2020
Saturday mornings at Stroud are what many locals look forward to each week. Stroud comes alive with foodies, artists and makers and producers from around the area.
Bear
Bear
October 16, 2020
Saturday morning wander. Pick up some delicious, locally produced food or local crafts
Deborah
Deborah
October 2, 2020
Oldest farmers market in the UK. 9-1 Saturdays. Really worth a visit.
Vernon
Vernon
September 27, 2020
Farmers Market at Cornhill Stroud and surrounding streets, Stroud GL5 2HH, every Saturday 9am-2pm. Food and local produce from the Gloucestershire area.

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Stroud, England GL5 2JT
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