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We can be found, happily chatting and selling at three lively farmers’ markets.
BOROUGH MARKET is home to our main farm shop
A bustling, vibrant pocket of London with its own distinctive character and atmosphere, Borough Market is arguably the country’s most renowned food market. The market is awash with the colour, tantalising aroma and flavour of artisan food and drink. The Wild Beef shop is located at Three Crown Square under a beautiful glass canopy.
The full market is open Thursdays 10am - 5pm; Fridays 10am - 6pm; and Saturdays 8am - 5pm.
The nearest tube station is London Bridge, which is just a few moments’ walk away. Short stay parking spaces on site are in short supply and the market is within the congestion zone. However there are several car parks nearby. We’d recommend coming by public transport or by bike as there are plenty of bike racks.
BROADWAY MARKET, Hackney, London – Every Saturday
Nestled in a little street between Regent’s Canal and London Fields in the East End of London, you’ll find our weekly stall at Broadway Market.
A riot of colour, scent, sights and sounds, Broadway Market is lined with shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes and stalls, and Wild Beef is one of them. This community market is such a vibrant scene. Vintage clothing shops sit beside those selling organic meat, fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, oysters and smoked salmon, bread, cake and cheese. It’s also a great day out for little ones.
The market is open from 9am to 5pm every Saturday.
Broadway Market forms part of a pedestrian and cycle-friendly route through Hackney. The nearest tube station is Bethnal Green and the nearest London Overground station is London Fields, which is just a few moments’ walk away. We can also recommend taking the bus as Hackney Road and Mare Street run regular services.
WELLS MARKET in Somerset – First Wednesday of each month
It’s hard not to be drawn into Wells Farmers’ Market; colourful, bustling and enticing, it’s situated just in front of the Town Hall in The Market Place. It’s also fairly close to the Tourist Information Centre and the Cathedral.
Made up of 17 stalls, the market brings together a variety of independent and artisan produce: jams and preserves; fish, smoked trout and sushi; meat and poultry; yoghurt, cheese and dairy; cakes; bread; and pasta. The stalls, one of which is Wild Beef, rub shoulders with the general market as well as a handful of excellent cafes and shops.
The market opens at 9am and packs up around 2.30pm, so don’t leave it too late.
The cark park on South Street is the closest one to the market, but it’s often full and there are others around which are less expensive. Wells Bus Station is about an eight minute walk.