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Due to COVID-19, this section of the website may not have the latest updates regarding farmers' markets, many of which have been cancelled or postponed.
Outdoor markets were given the go-ahead to reopen from 1 June 2020, following Government guidelines - the risk of transmission of the virus is lower in these outdoor spaces. Essential businesses that are allowed to stay open include food retailers and food markets. We do, however, recommend that you contact each market directly to find out the latest situation.
Why not sample quality fresh local food and drink with a visit to one of these farmers' markets? Enjoy the friendly atmosphere and have a chat with the passionate people behind your food. Many also include craft makers and artists showcasing their beautiful handcrafted work.
Depending on the season, you'll find a wide range of homemade produce, sometimes organic, from lamb, pork, beef, poultry and game, to fruit and vegetables, beer and cider, pies, cakes, biscuits, artisan bread, honey, jams, oils, chutneys, sauces, soups, chocolate and more. For the gardening enthusiast, you'll often find a range of herbs, plants and shrubs too.
As well as enjoying great tasting produce, by buying direct you'll be helping the local economy and farming communities which maintain much of the outstanding landscape in the North York Moors.
Can't wait until the next market? Luckily you'll find many market towns hold traditional weekly markets and Country Markets and plenty of farm shops on your doorstep selling fresh produce, and usually stocking other Yorkshire food and drink, and tasty treats too.
Coxwold - cancelled until 2021
Coxwold Village Market - find a wide range of producers at Coxwold Village Hall on the last Saturday every month (10am-1pm) except December.
Easingwold - Artisan Food and Drink Market restarted July 2020
Chaloner Street Market - 30 stalls offering a mix of food, gifts, art, live music and family fun, all on a closed street.
Dates for 2021 TBC
Helmsley Artisan Food Market at Helmsley Town Hall, featuring the best of local artisan producers on the third Friday of the month (9am-2pm).
Dates for 2021 TBC
Hovingham - cancelled until further notice
The Hovingham Village Market is a previous winner of the Yorkshire Life Farmers' Market of the Year (2012) and a finalist in North Yorkshire County Council's Best Community Project Award 2015.
First Saturday of every month (10.30am-1.30pm). No market in January, extra Christmas market in December.
Malton - Monthly Food Market restarted July 2020
- Over 35 food and drink stalls. Set in and around the Milton Rooms and located in Malton’s central Market Place with live music and cooking.
- Harvest Food Festival (No festival in 2020, returning 11 September 2021) and special Malton Christmas Market (5-6 December 2020 but TBC by the end of October as to whether it will go ahead) with festive gifts, live chef demos and more
Ryedale Farmers' Market - Last Saturday of every month from March - September
T: Linda Bulmer
Third Thursday in each month (8.30am - 1pm) in The Old Post Office Yard (off Market Place, opposite White Swan)
T: Andrew Dunce
Saltburn - Farmers' market restarted July 2020
2014 finalist for the National Farmers' Market of the Year and run by the social enterprise Food First, find Saltburn Farmers' Market outside Sainsbury's, Milton Street.
Second Saturday of the month from February until December (excluding August) (9am - 3pm). More details here.
Sheriff Hutton - cancelled until 2021
Find locally sourced or hand made produce inside and outside the village hall.
Stokesley - Farmers' market restarted June 2020
Winner of FARMA's National Farmers' Market of the Year 2014 and in the Telegraph's Top 20 UK Farmers' Markets for 2017. 36 stallholders selling organic vegetables, meat, British charcuterie, chocolates, plants and more.
Thirsk - Farmers' market restarted July 2020
Wykeham Village Market is held weekly on Fridays (8am to 1pm)
In The Hillyard car park opposite the Downe Arms, Wykeham
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