Bath Farmers’ Market
Farm Shop and Cafe
Bath Farmers’ Market takes pride in having been the first farmers’ market in the UK and has gained a loyal customer base since opening in 1997. The market was established for numerous reasons: to provide a platform for local producers to sell their own products directly to customers, and to help the local foodie economy thrive.
The market takes place at Green Park Station in Bath every Saturday morning, with numerous stalls selling quality seasonal and organic vegetables and meats at a fair price. Prime cuts of meat you can expect to find include beef, veal, pork, lamb, salt marsh lamb, venison, goat, game, poultry and charcuterie. Wander from stall to stall marvelling at the different meat pies, speciality breads, cakes, pasties, quiches and soups – you’re bound to find something new. Anyone looking for some interesting cheese will be pleased to find an array of award-winning local cheeses (including soft cheese, goat’s, ewe’s and Cheddar). Whether it’s fresh fish, free-range eggs, honey, seasonal strawberries or asparagus you’re after, goods here are sold directly by the people who farm them and most produce comes from within a 40-mile radius of Bath. Make Bath Farmers’ Market part of your Saturday morning routine.