The Best Farmers’ Markets in North Cornwall & Devon

As a region known for its rural economy, you’d expect the South-West to offer some great farmers’ markets.  You wouldn’t be wrong.  In the North Cornwall and Devon area, we’ve pulled out eight that are worth a look for anyone seeking out great local produce and handmade gifts.  If we’ve missed your favourite, let us know in the comments below.  Markets in alphabetical order.


Barnstaple Farmers Market
Pannier Market,  Barnstaple
Tuesdays and Fridays

Based in the beautiful old indoor pannier market, there are stalls here 6 days a week, but Tuesdays and Fridays it’s more of a farmer’s market.  Exciting fresh produce, handmade arts and crafts, a fantastic range of antiques and collectables.  This is definitely one of the best markets in the region if you’re willing for the drive.

Bideford Farmers’ Market
Bideford Quay
Tuesdays & Saturdays

The Farmers Market would welcome new stalls to join us. We are fully licensed for Local Craft Stalls too as well as Local Food Produce. As with the food produce, we ask that the crafts are made by the stallholder or someone locally to the area. We are a friendly market and help one another out so do get in touch to apply for a market pitch. The dates are on the message below this!

Bude Farmers’ Market
Lower Wharf, Bude EX23 8LG
Fridays, 10am – 3pm (from Easter to the end of September)

One of our favourites – a thriving outdoor market held by the canal.  All the stalls at Bude Farmers & Craft Market sell their own produce, ranging from food items, plants and crafts; everything is locally made, grown and produced.  It also benefits from having the workshops, cafes, and canal activities alongside. Hard to beat on a sunny Friday!

Camelford Farmers’ Market
Camelford Hall, Cleave Road, Camelford
Wednesdays, 12pm to 4pm

A pleasant, traditional, small indoor market in Camelford Hall, selling locally produced food, drink, crafts and gifts.

Coads Green Community Market
Coads Green Village Hall
4th Saturday of each month, 9.30am – 12.30pm

For a relatively quiet village, it offers a surprisingly good traditional indoor market selling local food produce, gifts and cards, upcycled products and seasonal goods.  There’s also a café serving basic hot food like bacon and eggs with tea and coffee.

Holsworthy Farmers’ Market
Holsworthy town square

A small outdoor market in the heart of Holsworthy.  In recent years it has declined in popularity and there aren’t as many stalls as there used to be, but if you’re in the town it is worth a look.

Launceston Market
Launceston town square
2nd Sunday of each month (apart from January & Febuary) 10am – 3pm

A market has been held in this location for many hundreds of years.  It is now a small friendly outdoor market in the heart of Launceston where you can find a range of local suppliers.

Wadebridge Country Market
Town Hall, The Platt, 
Every Thursday from 8:45am to 12:30pm

A traditional indoor market selling a range of baked goods, preserves, eggs, honey, crafts, plants, vegetables, meat, cut flowers, jewellery and gifts.