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Sat 24th Sep
9.30am -
    1.00pm
Cranbrook Farmers' Market

Market Days

4th Saturday every month
(3rd Saturday in December)

Contact

Jane Apps
m:07971 413334
email

Location

Vestry Hall
High Street
Cranbrook
TN17 3HF

Find us

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Vestry Hall is located right on the right hand bend of the High Street in Cranbrook.

Parking

Public parking is available off the High street and close by

Stallholders

9 Food, 3 Home & Garden, 5 Craft , 1 Other

Our Market

Cranbrook Farmers Market & The Fat Carrot Café

The market runs every fourth Saturday 9.30- 1.00 (3rd Saturday in December) at the Vestry Hall, on the corner of The High Street and Stone Street, Cranbrook.

At the heart of the community the aim of the market is to support local producers, and provide a Café area for local people and visitors to stop and chat. The Café serves tea/ coffee, cake and light meals.

The market has an average of 15 stalls plus guest stallholders.
Available at the market: vegetables, plants, honey, jam & marmalade, bread, cake, vegetarian/ vegan meals, cakes, cheese, chocolate, tea, coffee, meat, fish, wool craft, cards, natural cosmetics/ body products,  rag rugs, silver jewellery, childrens books, ceramics, flowers*, community information table. Guest charity or community stall.
(*seasonal)

Cranbrook is a beautiful historic town surrounded by orchards and farmland. It has many lovely  and unique shops and resident artists. Worth a visit is the Union Windmill a grade 1 listed windmill run by volunteers. Cranbrook also has its own museum and is close to the National Trust property Sissinghurst Castle.

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Twitter @Cranbrook FMUK


Local News & Links

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www.cranbrook.org

www.cranbrookgallery.com

www.unionmill.org.uk

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/Sissinghurst-castle-garden/