Otley Farmers Market
Otley has a highly successful Farmers’ Market which is held on the last Sunday of every month, on Otley Market Place from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm.
The market sells fresh and organic produce, direct from the producer and sourced as locally as possible. This ensures that the customers are provided with good-quality, fresh, local produce.
The wide variety of stalls include bread, jams honey & preserves, fresh eggs, plants & herbs, Italian foods, Indian cuisine, pies, pork & bacon products, fishcakes, confectionery, local cheeses, handmade chocolates, buffalo meat, mushrooms and fruit & vegetables. The stallholders are always happy to discuss their products and help visitors with their choice of purchases and there are lots of opportunities to sample the delicious food on offer.
Otley Farmers’ Market is part of the Yorkshire Farmers’ Markets Group which also includes the markets at Harrogate, Knaresborough and Wetherby.
For further information please visit the Yorkshire Farmers’ Markets website: www.yorkshirefarmersmarkets.co.uk
To download a copy of the 2013 Farmers’ Market leaflet please click here
Farmer's Market Newsletter
Yorkshire Farmers’ Markets produce a monthly newsletter informing visitors to the markets about the various events and promotions which are held throughout the year. It also gives details of any new stallholders at the markets and their products.
If you wish to receive this monthly newsletter, please send your name and email address to: email@example.com
Your details will NOT be passed onto any other organisation.
If you are interested in becoming a stallholder at any of our Farmers' Markets please complete an online application form on the Yorkshire Farmers’ Markets website. The applications are reviewed at a monthly stallholder meeting and the decision of the YFM committee is final.
Please note: A copy of the Stallholder Eligibility Rules appears on the website alongside the application form. Please check that your product is compliant with them before completing an application form.