A Street Market is held every Wednesday in the Higher Bullring, close to the War Memorial.  These is also a Farmers' Market on the second Saturday of each month in the Higher Bullring.


The Street Market runs from 9.00am until 2.00pm.


The Street Market is supported by the Town Council and new traders are actively being sought.
The cost of a pitch is £10 and includes a 3m x 2m gazebo which is erected before you arrive or £10 if you trade in the open air.  Electricity can be supplied for £3 and a table £2. Traders are not permitted to erect their own gazebos or stalls without the permission of the Council. A variety of discounts are available to new stallholders.  You will need to complete a stall application form in order to trade at the weekly Wednesday market, have read and understood our Terms and Conditions and can comply with our Risk Assessment.


For further information or if you are interested in renting a pitch at the street market, please contact us.
Cullompton has a history of Street markets going back to the 13th Century.


Monthly markets have been held in Cullompton since 10 June 1998 and each of them has been equally well attended and as successful as the first. Local people regularly attend the market as they know they can purchase fresh, quality food. Hot food is available as well as teas and coffees. The Farmers’ Market was originated by the community and certainly has a community feel.


All of the stall holders have travelled less than 30 miles and are selling produce they grew, reared or created themselves. Cullompton Farmers’ Market was the first such market to be started in the South West. It is also the only one in the country to be set up by volunteers and not a local authority. The number of stalls has been increased over the years and new items have been added to the already wide range of produce. The markets have a unique atmosphere helped by events such as music provided by local musicians.


For more information visit the Cullompton Farmers Market website by clicking on the image below.

Farmers market website