Wivenhoe Farmers’ Market
Wivenhoe Farmers’ Markets takes place on the 3rd Saturday every month at Congregational Hall on the High Street. Admission is free and there is always a wide variety of goods available, all of which are locally sourced. Refreshments will be available from the Transition Cafe and Barbeque run by Transition Town Wivenhoe with cakes and savoury items available from individual stallholders.
Buyers are welcome between 9:30am-12:30pm. Sellers can set-up from 8:30am. Please see our sellers page for more info.
Wivenhoe Farmers’ Markets are held 9:30am-12:30pm on the third Saturday of the month. Please see our Events Calendar for dates.
Please direct any correspondence or enquiries relating to Farmers’ Markets to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to find us
Wivenhoe Congregational Hall is part of and next to Wivenhoe Congregational Church which is situated on the High Street, Wivenhoe, Colchester, CO7 9AB. There are a few parking spaces available at the Market as well as some street parking, or a little way down the High Street there is a free car park off Clifton Terrace or a couple of car parks just a few minutes’ walk away.
Buy with confidence
We have strict rules for selling at the market, therefore as a customer you can always be assured that you are speaking directly with the producer. This means you can quiz them on their sources, methods, ethics, and general quality of the goods on offer before you decide to buy.
Due to the seasonal nature of fresh produce, and the fact that all goods are sourced locally – generally within 30 miles of the market – the variety on offer will vary from month to month. Of course this also means that produce will be fresher and more nutritious than you can get from your local supermarket, as well as having a far smaller carbon footprint. It will also always be the same price or cheaper than the supermarket, so you really have nothing to lose by coming to shop with us!