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We got to Winchester early and was able to walk around whilst most stalls were setting up. The stall owners were very friendly and had excellent produce. As they morning went on the place really started jumping and it had a great atmosphere.
We used to go to Winchester farmer’s market every month, but other commitments have prevented us from going for a number of years. The market used to take up the whole of the central car park. Now it is Significantly smaller with stalls in the...More
I love the farmers market in Winchester, despite it causing pedestrian chaos at the weekends.
Lots of stalls offering a wide selection of local produce, from fruit & veg, cheese & meats through to locally produced wine & spirits.
Really nice feel, friendly traders and...More
Always fantastic quality and prices are not cheap however you only get what you pay for. And that's true because, mostly, the produce and food goods are of high quality and fine tasting. Had an amazing homemade Butter bean salad that I just can not...More
There was a stall selling roasted Chestnuts in Winchester, I have attached a couple of pictures.
They sell burned chestnuts for 3 pounds a small bag with capaticy for 5 or 6 small chestnuts... It was a joke really. Avoid. they hide the bags so...More
The Winchester Farmer's market is held twice a month on Sundays. It includes the last Sunday of the month and you need to look up the dates on the internet for the other Sunday. It is no longer held in Brook Street and the adjoining...More
Maybe only half as long as we were just before tourist season begun, but it was wonderful to see the local vendors with their food and wares available. A nice stroll as you take in some of the old buildings of Winchester. Oh, and duck...More
A lovely collection of stalls selling very good quality produce. This is not street market pricing though. Not just meat vegetables and bread but micro distillery gin and other more unusual products. Well worth a wander and there are always a few free tasters if...More