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Elham Farmers' Market

Market Days

Sunday in June and December


Julie Woodgate
Market Manager
t:01303 840044
m:07817 099373

Trevor Gasson


Village Square
Nr Canterbury

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The Square is just behind Brown's Estate Agency off the High Street. There will be plenty of signage. Park in the village and walk in to enjoy the market.


There is plenty of street parking in the Village.


20 Food, 3 Home & Garden, 1 Craft , 1 Other

22 permanent and 3 seasonal.

Our Market

The Farmers' Market in the picturesque Village Square and St Mary's Church of Elham is held as a special Food & Craft Festival event twice a year: Christmas and Summer.

Our 2016 CHRISTMAS Food & Craft Festival is on SUNDAY, 11th December, 12 - 3.30pm in the Village Square and St Mary's Church. Come along to meet Pam Ferris and Santa in our locally made Shepherd's Hut and hear award-winning Meg Rutherford sing. We've got 30+ stalls selling delicious local food and drink and gorgeous crafts and gifts, with Mulled Wine and hot dogs at the Kings Arms, the Chancel Cafe in the church selling teas, coffees and snacks, as well as a fish and chip van which uses fish caught from around Folkestone. We hope to see you there!

The market offers a selection of locally produced fruit and vegetables (some organic), eggs, cheese, fresh meat (organic), game, bread, cakes and pies, honey, jams, pickles, and wine. This selection varies according to season and availability.

The Farmers' Market is a not-for profit organisation run by a committee of volunteers representing different organisations in Elham. The Elham community is directly involved through the Friends Association, while Elham Gardeners have one stall where they sell their own fruit and veg, cut flowers, herbs, jams and more, all produced in the village.

See 2015 Summer Festival opened by Pam Ferris of Darling Buds of May fame by clicking on

After the market, make sure to visit one of our friendly pubs for some refreshments (the Kings Arms, the Rose & Crown or the Abbot's Fireside), stop for a cuppa in the Cosy Tea Rooms, or enjoy a walk through this historic village with its many listed buildings.

Click here to see our article in Kent Life