Dulverton Farmers Market

Go to content
Good Afternoon Today is Wednesday 21st October 2020

The next Dulverton Farmers Market is on Saturday 24th April 2021 10:00 a.m. at The Lion Stables Car Park, Dulverton

Welcome

Enjoy the taste of Exmoor at
Dulverton Farmers Market.

Try a selection of local produce, street food and find locally produced arts and crafts at our market.  Spend the rest of the day exploring our picturesque town on the edge of Exmoor, stay for lunch in one of our many pubs and restaurants and browse our many independent shops.

Traders please register HERE

Join us from 10 am till 2.30pm

Please observe the one way system in place
for your protection

Castle Town Band will be Playing

 
Little Oak Farm

The Middle White pig is the only specialist pork pig in the UK. A pig that is bred purely for its texture, taste and fat. You cant have pork without fat, it is the fat that makes our Rare Breed pork so tender and enhances the taste. Thats why so many local chefs choose to use our pork on their menu.
From our pork loins which makes for a great Sunday Roast with the most amazing crackling, to our popular pork belly. Slow roasted and again served with a crackling which tastes sensational. We dont cross breed our pigs we want you to have Middle White Pork the way it should be, sweet and succulent.
We are passionate about the breed and they have now been registered with the Rare Breed Survial Trust as an endangered species. Which means there are fewer than 200 breeding sows, our own breeding programme will go a small way in helping this breed survive.
 

Dan the Fishman

Here's a familiar face! We’ve all seen Dan Garnett selling his fish at markets all over North Devon. There’s not much Dan doesn’t know about fish, from catching them to cooking them. Local fisherman, until recently a Clovelly lifeboat crew member, and unapologetically fanatical about fish and fishing,

Dan conducts his own one-man crusade for the North Devon fishing industry. He's committed to sourcing and selling the freshest local fish of the finest quality, straight off our local boats.

Turn up at Dan's colourful barrow at one of his weekly markets and you'll go away with more than just a fillet of cod in your shopping basket. Make sure you’re not in a hurry – Dan’s bound to buttonhole you about the wonders of fish and the delicious dishes you can cook up with them. If you’re lucky, he may even divulge one of his  famous recipes.

Exe Valley Brewery

Established in 1984 as Barron Brewery by ex publican Richard Barron  who converted a redundant cowshed into the brewery. Former brewers' wholesaler Guy Sheppard joined Richard in 1991 when the name was changed to Exe Valley Brewery and the plant was expanded and upgraded. Richard retired from the brewery in 2003 and Guy now runs the brewery on his own account along with two staff including James Fryer who is our Head Brewer.
We can produce up to 60 barrels per week (over 17,000 pints) and take pride in being a producer of quality, prize-winning, traditional beers.
Most of our beer is cask conditioned (real ale), with a small proportion being bottled (bottle conditioned).

Little Mead Meats

Fifteen years ago we took the decision to diversify from farming alone and set up the family butchers. All our pigs are sourced locally, from farms and small holdings where we can be assured the meat is of the highest quality and the animals have led a stress free life. Everything we sell is produced by ourselves, using traditional butchery methods. Please do ask us f you would like something prepared to your own requirements.

and also
Devon  Catering - Indian Food
Nicola  Mary Design - Cermaics
Chris  Reeson - Wood Designs
Secret  Orchard - Cider
Stefano -  Italian Meats Cheese and Bread
Rosiie -  Clothing
Croft and  Cottage - Take Away Food
Paul Tuck  - Baket Work and Demo
Rupert  Smith - Wildlife Photography
Lisette de Roche - Priestland Birch
Botany  Exmoor - Cut Flowers
East  Barrow Farm - Beef and Lamb
Northmoor  Gin
Culmstock Chilli Co - Chillies
R & N  Fruit and Veg
Little  Bowhay - Jams and Pickles































Back to content