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Markets

Wallingford is a traditional vibrant market town which benefits from the weekly Charter Market, farmers markets and many more themed markets throughout the year.

The Market Place in Wallingford dates from Saxon times and the centre of Wallingford hosts four markets selling everything from fruit and vegetables to unique crafts and gifts.

 

The Wallingford Charter Market is held weekly on a Friday, where traders sell their wares of plants, eggs, cheese, fish, bread, clothes, fruit and vegetables, cards and gift wrap, pet food and more.

When : Every Friday

Times : All day

Where : Market Place, Wallingford

Market Contact :  Wallingford Town Council – Telephone : 01491 835373  Email : queries@wallingfordtowncouncil.gov.uk

Selling delicious homemade baked goods and preserves, home grown plants, fruit and vegetables and many crafts. The Country Market is held every Friday in St. Mary le More Church situated in the Market Place.

When :  Every Friday

Times : 9:30am until 12pm

Where: St Mary Le More Church, Market Place, Wallingford

Market Contact : Alison Broadbridge (Market Manager), email : alison.broadbridge@gmail.com 

WPLM is a regular event in many people’s calendar. Based at Centre 70, it’s their weekly fix of fresh vegetables, cheese, cakes, bakes, coffee and lots of foody treats.

Inside there’s even more, with handmade arts and crafts by local makers ; there really is something for everyone. All the food and crafts are made locally and the market has a warm and welcoming community feel. So if you haven’t found it yet, go and visit on a Saturday morning between 10am and 12pm. Starting in March, the market will also be in the Market Place on every first Saturday of the month with extended hours between 10am and 1pm

When: Every Saturday

Times : 10am until 12pm

Where : Centre 70, at the junction of Goldsmiths Lane and Kinecroft, OX10 0DT

Market Contact : Find on Facebook under WLPM,  Website www.wlpm.org.uk  Email : admin@wlmp.org.uk   or sign up to receive the weekly newsletter by emailing newsletter@wlpm.org.uk