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Moseley Farmers Market
Moseley Farmers’ Market happens on the last Saturday of the month in the center of Moseley Village. We have over 60 stalls selling a huge range of produce to cater for everyone’s needs; whether it be fruit and vegetables, cheeses and wine, pies and beer, or come for lunch and try succulent pulled pork or for the adventurous – Zebra! Everything available is guaranteed to be local and the produce is reared, grown or processed by the people selling: it’s a certified real Farmers’ Market.
Aside from becoming the social meeting place for much of Moseley every market, It has won many awards, the most prestigious being the FARMA “Best Farmers’ Market in the UK” in 2009, 2012 and 2016 – the only market to have won it three times.

Lichfield Farmers Market
A delightful Farmers’ Market takes place on the first Thursday of every month (except January), between 9am & 3pm and an extra market for Christmas on the third Thursday in December.
The markets boast a fantastic range of beautiful stalls, selling wholesome locally-produced food and other goods, including an excellent choice of hand-made arts and crafts.
So, whether you want a handmade treat, or something delicious and wholesome to take home for tea, why not make the first Thursday of every month a date in your diary!

Stone Farmers Market
The first Farmers’ Market was held during the 2005 Stone Food and Drink Festival! It proved so popular that it has now become a monthly event taking place on the first Saturday of every month and has evolved into what is undoubtedly Staffordshire’s biggest and best Farmers’ Market.
Each month, over fifty stalls selling the very best in local produce attracts a loyal following.
The monthly Farmers’ Markets are held on the first Saturday of every month starting at 9.00am – but get there early as several stalls have been known to be sold out by lunchtime! The market is held in the Market Square and down the High Street.
Stone Farmers’ Market is promoted and marketed by the Stone Food and Drink Festival and managed by Stafford Borough Council.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Farmers Market
The Farmers’ Market, is usually held on the second and last Wednesday of every month helps to support local businesses and was introduced in 2013 as part of the Trust’s strategy to improve health and wellbeing as well as helping to sustain the environment.
Thousands of staff and members of the public have visited the stalls since August 2013 when the market first opened, with the market showcasing the best the region has to offer. This includes eggs, breads, cheese, pies and pastries, honey, chutneys and preserves as well as exciting Caribbean foods, and tasty Indian dishes.
In addition to offering a wide choice, the Farmers’ Market also supports local people such as social enterprise Frost and Snow, who work with the city’s homeless and Park Lane Nurseries working with those with mental health issues.
Antony Cobley, who spearheaded bringing the Farmers’ Market to the hospital, said: “These extra dates mean more opportunity for everyone – our staff, visitors, patients and relatives – to buy quality, seasonal produce whilst supporting local enterprise.
“I am delighted that so many people continue to visit the market and support regional businesses.”