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Loughborough Farmers' and Craft Market

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Are you looking for something fun to do on a Wednesday?

Do you like to try fresh, locally grown food and buy different and unique gifts?

Then come along to Loughborough’s growing Farmers' and Craft Market.

Producers and crafts people from across the Midlands come to this market to sell and showcase their handmade craft items and locally sourced artisan food and drink including meat, bread, fruit and vegetables, cheeses, honey, eggs, homemade sauces and preserves. 


The Farmers' and Craft market is based in Loughborough’s town centre (Market Place).

If you are using a sat nav use postcode LE11 3EB.

Opening times

The Farmers' and Craft market is held on the second Wednesday of each month between 8am and 4pm.

Due to the historic Loughborough Fair visiting the town in November, the date may change in that month.

Upcoming market dates for 2021

  • April 14
  • May 12
  • June 9
  • July 14
  • August 11

Trading on the market

If you have already been approved as a trader and want to book a pitch, book a pitch now using our online booking system

Book a market pitch

if you are you a local food and drink producer looking to extend your reach? We are actively looking to expand this market and would welcome new traders and would love to see you there.

You will need to complete an online application form. Please visit our Trade on a market web page for full details of what you need to know

Severe weather policy

Markets can sometimes be cancelled or reduced due to bad weather. View our severe weather policy for more details.

Dates for your diary

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Last updated: Wed 14th April, 2021 @ 10:31