Local Markets

Penzance Farmers' Market

Every Friday, 9.00 am - 1.00 pm

St. John's Hall, Penzance 

Penzance has been a market town and a trading point for farmers and fishermen for centuries.  The trading tradition was revived in March 2009 with the opening of Penzance Farmers' Market at the top of Causewayhead. Inclement weather forced the market to relocate to St John's Hall during the winter where it has now re-opened in the courtyard in front of the building.

With upwards of 20 stalls, the market offers plenty of choice when it comes to local raw ingredients as well as delicious homemade produce. Seasonal cut flowers and unusual garden plants and herbs are also available. Every October, it hosts a special Apple Day in celebration of the harvest and especially of Cornish apples.

"Since we've become an outdoor market again, we're really living up to our slogan 'Real Food. Real Farmers. Real Community !' We aim to become a regular shopping venue for local shoppers and a destination market for tourists. We want to become part of the fabric of the town".  Brenda Lemon - Penzance Farmers' Market

Contact : Brenda Lemon 07809 503610

Website: Penzance Farmers Market

Penzance Country Market

Every Thursday, 8.30 am - 12.30 pm

St. John's Hall, Penzance

Penzance's beloved Country Market celebrated its 50th birthday in May 2010. Once a Women's Institute market, it is now part of Country Markets, a nationwide organisation, and run as a co-operative, it is known for its welcoming atmosphere.

Contact: Judith Eddy 01326 563214 penzancecountrymarket@gmail.com

Facebook : Penzance Country Market

Mousehole Farmers' Market

The Solomon Browne Hall is a beautifully renovated old net loft in the heart of Mousehole, a picturesque fishing village 3 miles from Penzance.

The Hall hosts a variety of weekly, monthly, communal and special events and it is proud to present a monthly Farmers' Market, burgeoning with locally grown, handmade, artisan produce, fresh, smoked, sweet and floral!

Website: Solomon Brown Memorial Hall