East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market

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East Oxford Farmers’ and Community Market

The East Oxford Farmers’ and Community Market is a great place to enjoy and buy local, seasonal, organic and high quality produce. 

The East Oxford Farmers’ & Community Market is a small, friendly local market that can provide you with the staples for a weekly shop, such as eggs, bread, milk, vegetables, cheese, various meats, refills for cleaning supplies and a range of other products. The majority of the producers sold in the market are from within 30 miles of Oxford.

The market is held every Saturday, 10am – 1pm at East Oxford Primary School in Union Street.

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