The Tamar Valley area has a famous market gardening tradition, and our farmer's markets are all well worth a visit. Fresh, seasonal local veg, delicious cakes, buns, scones and jams, and locally reared meats are some of the foody delights to be found at our many local markets. Many of them also offer local crafts, beer, art and sculpture and all of them are fascinating places for a wander round and a chat with the stall-holders.
|Tavistock Pannier Market||
Nestled behind the Town Hall, and just off the busy high street, there is a shoppers' paradise and one of the hidden gems of Tavistock. In the centre of this beautiful pedestrianised area you will find the historic Pannier Market surrounded by some fantastic independent shops and cafes. Inside the Market building itself you can discover a wide range of traders, artists and crafts people offering a personal service with quality goods at competitive prices.
|Bere Ferrers Community Shop||
Every Saturday 10.00 - 12.00 in the village hall. Tea coffee, soft drinks and home made cakes are available, all served by volunteers.
|Bull Pen Gallery, Cotehele||
Cotehele's Bull Pen Gallery.
A showcase of ever-changing high quality craft from professional West Country Makers.
See https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/place-pages/96/pages/opening-times-calendar for opening times.
|Callington Country Market||
Open Wednesdays 7.45am to 12 noon in the Scout HQ New Road Car Park Callington PL17 7BE
|Coads Green Community Local Produce Market||
4th Saturday Monthly in the Village Hall, Coads Green from 9.30am to 12.30pm
|Altarnun Craft and Local Produce Market||
Altarnun Market is a new venture which started in July 2016 but which promises to become a thriving and popular venue.
It is held monthly on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 2-4pm.
Most markets are held in the mornings but it was decided to hold this in the afternoon as there has been nowhere in the village for the increasing number of visitors to get a cup of tea and refreshment. Altarnun has appeared as the venue for the marriage of Doc Martin and Louisa as well as featuring in Daphne Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn.