This is a repeating eventSunday 11 April 2021 8:00 am
2021Sun28Mar8:00 am1:00 pmThe Clevedon Village Farmers MarketFarmers Market8:00 am - 1:00 pm Clevedon Showgrounds, 107 Monument Road, Clevedon, Auckland 2582Type:Markets & FairsWhere:South AucklandAges:All Ages
Future event dates
Sunday 28 November 2021 8:00 amSunday 5 December 2021 8:00 amSunday 12 December 2021 8:00 am
Leave the hustle and bustle of the week behind and join the friendly atmosphere of the Clevedon Village Farmers’ Market on Sunday mornings. Be tempted
Leave the hustle and bustle of the week behind and join the friendly atmosphere of the Clevedon Village Farmers’ Market on Sunday mornings.
Be tempted by the seasonal offerings of fruit and vegetables picked as recently as the night before if not early on market morning. Make the most of the opportunity to sample and hand-pick the best provisions, be inspired by cooking tips and recipes from our stallholders.
For the most bountiful display shoppers need to rise early as trading is brisk and some produce lines are gone by mid-morning. Inspiration for early birds can be found in the fresh baking, pastries and espresso available at the market.
Fill your basket or bag with a colourful and interesting array of produce and provisions that have been made or grown for you with the utmost care by vendors whose aim is to provide the district with quality, fresh and reasonably priced food.
The Clevedon Village Farmers Market is every Sunday except over Christmas, Easter Sunday, and Clevedon A&P Show day.
Free entry, but bring some money for purchases at the market.
The Clevedon Village Farmers Markethe Clevedon Village Farmers Market has a wide selection of produce as well as seasonal vendors coming and going as their crops dictate. The Clevedon Village Farmers Market aims to promote the quality, freshness and variety of local produce. Produce available at the market can include vegetables, fruit, flowers, herbs, plants, meat, poultry, fish, seedlings, seeds, nuts, cheese, coffee, pickles, preserves, sauces, baking, eggs, bread, confectionary, wine, juice and homemade cordials, materials used in the production of food such as compost and worm farms.