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It is held very Thursday next to Tourist Information Centre. (Down the side street next to Wetherspoons Hain Line)
Plenty of local suppliers with a variety of fresh produce and other goods, but mostly food. I purchased some fresh crab which I thoroughly enjoyed but...More
This local market is held every Thursday in Guildhall (next to Tourist Info Centre), I think 10am - 1pm and showcases tasty delicacies (sweet and savoury) and hand made items.
We purchased crab samosa & onion bhaji, beautifully handmade soaps and some smoked black Olives,...More
On Thursdays there is a Farmer’s Market in the Guildhall (just behind the Tourist Info Centre). It showcases local produce from cheese to gin! We picked up a very reasonable light lunch there - & were treated to some birthday cake by the friendly staff...More
Plenty of stalls sells goods from fresh food, locally made produce, plants, knitware, wood turned items, Gin and much more. The sellers are very friendly and there is no pressure to make a purchase, plus it’s free entry.
Don’t just wait for it to rain...More
We call in at the Farmers Market in St Ives Guildhall every holiday we have in St Ives.
It's free entry, well laid out, and all under cover.
It offers a mixed and vibrant offering of locally grown, sourced, and made food produce.
I gone every time when I'm down in st Ives. The variety and quality of the produce on sale is outstanding. What's is also nice is that there are a lot of familiar faces of sellers who some how remember you each year Ive come....More
If your looking to make something for tea or hosting a dinner party and you want to fresh meats, fish, vegetables, cakes, cheeses and much more then this is the market to visit.
Not only can you get your hands on great local produce for...More
Farmers Market only open on Thursdays but check periodically as they had an antiques sale earlier in the week. No entry fee, little food spot with tables on the inside, toilets as well. Crafts, bake goods and collectables. Support the local community.
Just fantastic. Wish I had a market place that was consultant this good where I live. Who wouldn't be happy with such a massive range of stalls?! Fresh fish and shellfish, tasty curry sauces with crab samosas, best olives I've every tasted with super yummy...More