Every 1st Saturday
Selling the very best in local food & craft
Saturday 3rd December
Don’t forget to place your Christmas orders for collection on
Friday 23rd December
when we will be running a ‘Mini Market and Order Collection’ between 9.30am-12.00pm at The Old Cattle Market
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Welcome to Helston Farmers’ Market where the very best of locally produced food can be found on the first Saturday of each month (except January) from 9.30am to 1.00pm at the Old Cattle Market, next to Lidl’s and the Boating Lake in Helston.
The market is a project of South Kerrier Alliance Community Interest Company (SKA CIC), a social enterprise, formed by volunteers, to address the needs and aspirations of the people of South Kerrier, Helston and its surrounding parishes.
The market is also organised by a team of dedicated volunteers who work hard to ensure that the market delivers high quality, local food straight from the producer and in doing so, helps to support small growers and enterprises.
Established in 2008 and starting with 13 local producers, the market has grown to be the largest of its kind in the County with over 40 local producers selling the finest quality produce.
The idea behind the market is to:
- enable local food producers, farmers to sell their produce direct to the public
- give customers the opportunity to buy fresh, locally grown, homemade and handmade produce and products,
- raise public awareness on issues that involve locally produced food, sustainable farming and land management.
Almost all of the seasonal produce on offer has been raised, grown or made within a 20 mile radius of Helston with care and attention to quality and provenance.
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Such a friendly and welcoming market. I always enjoy my shopping trip.Customer Questionnaire
One of the best markets I have been to in a long time.Customer Questionnaire
Fantastic market, lovely atmosphere and the only place I can get really fresh fish.Customer Questionnaire
If I had known how good this market was, I would have come a long time ago. I only live up the road!Customer Questionnaire
Some things were a bit more expensive than the supermarkets but when you see the quality and taste the difference, I don’t mind paying a bit more.Customer Questionnaire