Deddington Farmers' Market
Deddington Farmers' Market
4.5
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Deddington Farmers' Market is one of the most successful and well loved farmers' markets in the county. It has 40+ carefully selected food producers selling foods that have been grown or produced within 30 miles of the pretty ironstone village. The stallholders are happy to talk to you about the provenance of their foods and answer your questions. There is also a craft market in the church on market days. The market is held on the 4th Saturday of the month.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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Croupier1
Oxfordshire10 contributions
Jan 2024 • Solo
Good value lamb. cheese and rye bread from local farmers. Avoid the £7 handmade burger with cheap cheese and no onions. Overpriced, salty and lacking in the wow required for this price point.
Written 27 January 2024
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Orchard2863
Oxford, UK7 contributions
Dec 2023 • Family
This is such a great Farmers' Market. There is also a wonderful range of craft stalls in the Church, so don't forget to pop in for a warming cup of coffee and a browse!
Written 22 January 2024
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freddiedoncaster
Stockton-on-Tees, UK2,648 contributions
Mar 2020
With an abundance of varied produce, set in such a magnificent location, a visit to Deddington Farmers Market has got to be top of your list for a visit.
We just love the butchery stalls, so much choice and so different.
Written 12 April 2020
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Tmf551
Banbury, UK11 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
I would advise you to get here early. There isn’t much parking as the market is in the Market Place but the stalls are well stocked. I particularly like Knife & Fork Bakery Uk as I understand they make from natural ingredients and use flour milled by them. I bought, gluten free breads including sourdough, rosemary & garlic focaccia, farmhouse with a seeded top as well as gluten free brownies and marshmallows - all of which were to die for. My daughter is Coeliac and she announced that this was the most wonderful and tasty gf bread she had ever eaten. I’m sure other coeliac’s would agree that shop bought bread is completely different to Knife & Forks and not not in a good way ! The queue for Knife & Fork was extremely long (other coeliacs have obviously cottoned on) but I managed to get sourdough, focaccia and marshmallows so I was very pleased. I would definitely recommend buying from Knife & Fork Bakery Uk.
Written 9 October 2019
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Daisy B
Milton Keynes, UK11 contributions
Jun 2019 • Solo
Lovely authentic market. Lots of different types of stalls from flowers, to cheese, to photos, oils, saddlery, bakery, pies etc. Would’ve spent lots of £ had I got some!! Will visit again.
Written 22 June 2019
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Hello Daisy, thank you for reviewing our market favourably. We do try to be an authenic market as we look for quality produce from primary producers and taste test before we accept a new stallholder, where apppropriate. We hope you do come again and soon! best wishes from us all.
Written 24 June 2019
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Ian W
Oxford, UK11 contributions
Sept 2018 • Solo
I have been coming for years. I arrive early as it becomes hard to find parking space in Deddington on market day (it's so popular). I often go to the Mushroom patie, lady and the blue brie lady. You can also stroll over to Eagles the dele which we nickname "Harrods of Deddington", then there are the stalls in the village church.
(I think the only non represented is a good olive stall then Deddington Market would be complete)
Written 30 September 2018
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Hello Ian W thanks for your review. We are delihgted that you've been coming for years and still enjoy your visits. Car parking has improved lately as visitors can now use the Health Centre and School car parks in Earls Lane. The reason we do not have an olive stall is that we try very hard to ensure that the majority of the produce is grown, produced or made within 30 miles of Deddington, thus supporting the local economy. Though after a summer like we've just had we may have olives before too long. regards Deddington Farmers' Market.
Written 1 October 2018
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grenvillegill
Deddington, UK16 contributions
Jul 2018 • Solo
I enjoy visiting farmers markets and there are some good ones around in this region. Deddington farmers market was probably the best in the area some years ago, however, most of the best stalls have left for other markets and it now remains a shadow of what it used to be.
Written 27 August 2018
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Hello Grenvillegill Thank you for your comment. I am sorry you feel this to be the case - our 2k visitors on Saturday seemed quite happy with the 40+ stalls, many of which sold out by 11am. I have no idea which stallholders you believe have deserted us for other markets and think your comment does not do credit to the quality produce that is on offer at Deddington. Hey ho, we are all entitled to our opinion. Best wishes
Written 28 August 2018
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Oxyfish1
Deddington, UK105 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
This is a great local market. Clearly the stalls are local producers who come back to the market time and time again. It has a good range of local meats, veg, drinks and crafts. Mainly the food aspect is in the village square. There is a great mixture of food ready to eat and fresh produce. The inside of the Church, just off the square is the location for locals to trade crafts. At the core of the market is the concept of local producers. This is not a market with clothing, tacky luggage or CDs. This is focussed on local producers. The artisan bread is worth a loaf and similarly the meat supplied is great. I firmly believe in supporting local producers and this is a good way to do it. This does come with a cost. Obviously you can shop far more cheaply at the supermarkets. But as the occasional treat the market provides great produce.
Written 7 August 2018
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Thank you Oxyfish1 - a perfect decription of the market and what we try to do. cheers
Written 4 September 2018
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gary h
11 contributions
Feb 2018
Lots of lovely artisan foods to try but they are not cheap so luckily there is a co-op opposite. There was music there, and arts stalls in the church. Well worth a visit & a good flower stall.
Written 20 May 2018
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Hello Gary h Thanks for your review - we are pleased you liked our Market. Yes, the food is not cheap. Our ethos is to have foods made/grown by artisan producers so economies of scale are not possible. We also like our stallholders use the best of ingredients, mostly sourced locally where possible. None of this means cheap but it does mean good quality. We hope to welcome you again to our friendly monthly market very soon. best wishes Tei
Written 21 May 2018
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Rowan-Sian C
Oxford, UK3 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
Deddington Farmer's Market is a gem! We love our Saturday amble (every fourth Saturday of the month!) around the stalls and into the church for crafty bits and bobs. The fruit and veg is always great quality and it's great to stumble across some new and unique produce. The children (and husband!) are huge fans of the fresh pizza being made by Two Fat Gits and an Oven - we always grab a slice for the walk home...before then breaking into the cheese, amazing local saucisson and fresh sour dough. Basically, this amazing market lets us thoroughly spoil ourselves, gastronomically, for a weekend, every month...I won't even mention the local gin... :)
Written 29 January 2018
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Thank you Rowan-Sian C - we try hard to make our market a quality experience on all fronts for all ages. Sounds like you think we succeed. cheers
Written 4 September 2018
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