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Farmers' Markets | Chorleywood Magazine

Farmers’ Markets

Posted On February 8, 2016
February 08, 2016

Chesham Local Produce Market attracts some of the best producers of home grown/reared produce around. As well as CVL, regular stallholders include Hazeldene Farm, Wobbly Bottom Farm (try their Christmas Cake Cheddar cheese) Spinney’s Harvest Honey and beeswax products, Chiltern Farm Food, Auberge du Chocolat, PE Mead & Son oils, dressings and marinades and Chiltern Ridge (their hot apple juice with ginger and honey goes down a treat on a chilly day)

“Almost all of our traders are based within a 10 mile radius although we had to extend it to 10.9 miles for cheese!’ says Market Co-ordinator Kathryn Graves,

“When we started we did a one-off trial with 10 stalls and it was so popular we opened again the next month. Since then it has grown steadily and we now have nearly 30 stalls including jewellery makers and a plant seller.’


Chesham Local Produce Market, Market Square

4th Saturday of the month, 10am – 2pm

Meats, cheeses, eggs, juices, honey, chocolate, homemade ready meals, fruit, veg, oils, jewellery, plants.



Other Local Farmers’ Markets


Ruislip – Duckpond , Great Barn, Ruislip, HA4 7QL

Foodie market 1st Sunday of the month, 10am – 2pm,

Fresh seasonal produce, grown, reared or made by local producers

Also Food and Craft Market, 3rd weekend of the month 10am – 3pm



Little Chalfont, Village Hall Car Park, HP8 4UD

2nd Saturday of the month, 9am – 1pm

Meat and poultry, bread and pastries, dairy, fruit and vegetables.



St Albans, St Peters Street, AL1 3DY

2nd Sunday of every month, 8am-2pm

Fresh herbs, fruit and vegetables, meat and game, cheeses, freshly baked bread and cakes



Berkhamsted, High Street, HP4 1AD

3rd Sunday of every month, 10am – 2pm

Vegetables, spices, fruit, plants, baked goods, candles and locally produced wine


Hatfield House Stable Yard, AL9 5NF

3rd Sunday of the month, 10am – 2pm

Cakes, crafts, beers, breads, baskets and honey. Most goods locally produced.



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