Due to Covid-19, and the lockdown, we have lost some of our traders. As a consequence, we are not longer using the Church hall.
Hythe Farmers' Market was established in March 2004 by popular demand and continues to provide good quality local food to the people of Hythe and its environs.
The market is now located outside the Methodist Church Hall (between Chapel Street and Prospect Road) and is open on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays every month from 10am to 1pm. There are stalls selling game, speciality and organic breads, cakes, meat, cheeses, vegetables, fresh pasta, ravioli, sea salt, smoked salmon and lots more.
The Farmers' Market is run by volunteers and has stalls selling most food categories. We pride ourselves on offering in-season produce at competitive prices in a friendly environment.
We grow a wide selection of fruit and vegetables including over 200 varieties of apples and pears plus many varieties of soft fruit, fruit juices and vegetables. PLUS Apple Crisps
Products: Fruit, Fruit Juice, Vegetables
Contact: Martin & Heidi Fermor 01233 812408/01233 812302 email >
Sussex Wild Food Co
We supply local wild game in season and make our own delicious sausages and burgers
Products: Meat: Game
Contact: John and Melanie Jones 07812687208/07973763749 email >
The Sweet Pea Bakery
We are passionate about cakes and all things baked. All our cakes are baked using quality ingredients and free range eggs. We also off gluten free and other 'free-from' cakes.
Products: Bakery, Cakes
Sat 23 Dec Christmas Market
Local News & Links+
Local News And Links
The market was featured in Kent Life magazine in August 2018. Please click HERE to read about us (the article is on pages 100 and 101).
Click here to read the Kent Life article describing Hythe Farmers Market then click on the page Numbers and enter 100
Places To Visit+
Places To Visit
The Royal Military Canal, intended to repel invasion during the Napoleonic wars of 1804 to 1815, gives central Hythe its character. It is 10 yards wide, passes into the marsh from the middle of the town. Also built around the same time for defence against Napoleon were the Martello Towers. In total 74 of these towers were built between Folkestone and Seaford.