2011 Westerham's Farmers' Market

Westerham's Farmers' Market opened in May 2010. Markets are held in Market Square (outside The George and Dragon pub) on the first and third Sunday of each month, from 9.30 to 12.30.

There are delicious breads, cheeses, vegetables, fish, olives, plants, wines, honey, cakes, nuts and preserves. There are also some unusual craft stalls.

The organisers try to invite stallholders whose produce is as local as possible and doesn't compete with existing businesses in town. Shopping in a market always seems more fun and there's always a chance to catch up on local gossip with old friends and meet new neighbours. You can always stop to buy a bacon roll from Peter, Kate and Dan and help to raise money for the Sea Cadets and other local charities.

Westerham was given its first market charter in 1227 and has been a Market Town ever since.

Westerham Town Partnership


Map of the area

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