Set in the picturesque village of Wye and nestled at the foot of the North Downs, Wye Farmers Market has been providing its local community with delicious, fresh, locally produced food for over twenty years.
With an enviable array of stalls selling everything from fresh bread, cakes, jams and chutneys to locally produced, organic meats, fresh fish and locally made cheeses we care passionately about our local food producers and work hard to bring you the very best of our counties larder.
The Farmers' Market is open every FIRST and THIRD Saturday of the month, from 9am until 12 noon on The Green, Wye.
We frequently hold seasonal events at Wye Farmers Market, please go to our main website (left) where you can find out more about what's on and when.
Wye became an important communications centre because of a ford across the River Great Stour connecting with ancient trackways across the North Downs. Romans constructed a road between Canterbury and Hastings using the gap through the North Downs. By medieval times, Wye had a market and hosted the local hundred court. To the east of the village, Wye Crown is a hill figure cut into the North Downs chalk, by Wye College students in 1902, to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII. It is part of the Wye and Crundale Downs Site of Special Scientific Interest.