Visit Market Website
Fri 9th Sep
10.00am -
    3.30pm
Sissinghurst Farmers' Market

Market Days

2nd & 4th Friday in May, June, July, August and September
Closed between Oct and April

Contacts

Donald Keen
Joint Manager
t:01580710700
email

Helen Wren
Joint Manager
m:07885150394
email

Mark Kennett
N.T. Staff
t:01580 710700
email

Location

Sissinghurst Castle
nr Cranbrook
TN17 2AB

Find us

Click to see detailed map

Follow the National Trust signs to Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens.

Parking

Use the National Trust car park. Parking is free for National Trust Members, £3 for others.

Stallholders

10 Food, 3 Home & Garden, 5 Craft

15 permanent and 3 seasonal.

Our Market

The farmers' Market at Sissinghurst Castle is held on the 'Plain', at the very heart of the ancient farm, and directly outside the entrance to the world famous National Trust gardens. Surrounded by the Elizabethan and Victorian buildings, visitors to the market can also enjoy the Granary Restaurant, Gift Shop, Garden Shop and 450 acres of farm and woodland.

The market will be open this year on the second and fourth Fridays, May to September: 10.00am to 3.30pm

We have a range of stalls, including cheese, bread, fruit and vegetable, wines, cakes and bakes and preserves, plus local crafts. Enjoy seasonal, organically grown produce from the Sissinghurst Castle vegetable garden making their way in food feet, not miles Ėmake sure you drop by to see where and how itís grown.

During the year there are many interesting events taking place at Sissinghurst Castle. See our website (left) for up to date details


Local News & Links


Sissinghurst Castle

There is always lots to do at Sissinghurst Castle:

  • Visit the world-famous Garden
  • Learn from our organically-run Vegetable Plot
  • Walk in the woods and on the Estate
  • Join in one of our events
  • Enjoy a well-earned meal in the Granary Restaurant

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sissinghurst-castle/

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