NAILSEA Farmers' Market will be celebrating its third anniversary this weekend.

Back in 2020, during the first COVID-19 lockdown, Nailsea Town Council invited
Somerset Farmers' Markets to take over their monthly farmers' and craft 
market which had taken place for a number of years in Colliers Way.

A plan was also made to relocate the market to the High Street.

The market officially launched during the second lockdown and, despite restrictions, it was a success with locals wanting to browse local produce and crafts.

Since then, it has become bigger and better, and is now known as the biggest Somerset Farmers' Market in the region. Those browsing the stalls can now also enjoy live music.

The Somerset Farmers' Markets' website reads: "This market is located in the bustling High Street with a road closure in place making it a pedestrian paradise for browsing the many food, drink and craft stalls which make up this large event.

"At the last count we had well over 40 stalls creating a very popular destination market with lots of choice including a specialist flower stall, mushrooms and venison plus a selection of designer makers with woodwork, textiles and ceramics.

"Plenty of car parks and cafes and make this a great market location for both residents and those looking for a great day out as the town is also blessed with many eateries."

On Saturday, October 21, Nailsea Farmers' Market will be celebrating its third birthday.

Residents can expect to enjoy music by the Grey Dogs Jazz Band, as well as peruse 40 stalls of amazing food, drink and crafts.

Attendees can also learn more about the Nailsea Walking Football Club and the Theatre Group's latest production.

Some of the regular stallholders include:

  • Barley Wood Kitchen Garden;
  • Bath Soft Cheese;
  • Be Sweet;
  • Bristol Woodturning;
  • Clevedon Bag Company;
  • Colour Me Designs;
  • Demilles Botanicals;
  • Dickies’ Pies;
  • Dragonfly Jewellery;
  • Glastonbury Ferments;
  • Go Wild Preserves;
  • Grandma Knitting;
  • Granny Bears;
  • Industrial Modern Furniture;
  • Janes Flower Pots;
  • Jenny’s Crafts;
  • Katherines Free Range Eggs;
  • Nailsea Cider;
  • Nailsea Country Markets;
  • Nutts Scotch Eggs;
  • Oven to You;
  • Peregrine;
  • Plants by Ogie Placido;
  • Real Pork;
  • Robert Hawker Venison;
  • Salsa Stories.