Hexham Farmers’ Market will stay open during the November lockdown.

However, with renewed lockdown measures in England, we have had to ask a few of our regular producers not to attend. Hexham Farmers’ Market will take place in November with food and drink only.

It remains essential for the safety of our customers and our producers that everyone maintains the social distancing rules; sanitises their hand regularly and queues responsibly. Please shop alone if you can. If you have any COVID symptoms, please stay at home and get a test, as recommended.  

We appreciate your cooperation and patience.

You can read more about our approach here.

With using a much larger area, including the area around Hexham Abbey, producers will not be in the same place every time. You can see where they are here.

 

Hexham Farmers Market is a long established market in the heart of the historic town of Hexham in Northumberland. Our producers come from within a 50 mile range of the town and they are all passionate about what they do. They make the products themselves using a high percentage of locally produced ingredients, so the meat you buy at Hexham Farmers’ Market is reared by the producer and the vegetables are locally grown. You can expect a chutney to have been made with locally grown vegetables or fruit.  If you have any questions, please ask the producers.  We operate twice a month, on the second and fourth Saturday.