Leeds Farmers Markets

Leeds has a fantastic calendar of Farmers Markets throughout the year, have you been to any or all of these vibrant local produce markets? If not why not? support your local farmers and producers.

Calendar of Leeds area Farmers Markets:-

  • 2nd Saturday – Headingley Farmers Market, The Rose Garden, Headingley, Leeds, 9am-12.30pm
  • 3rd Saturday – Oakwood Farmers Market, The Clocktower, Roundhay, Leeds
  • 4th Saturday – Baildon Farmers Market, Clough Car Park, Baildon, 9am-1pm
  • Last Saturday – Kirkstall Deli Market, Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds
  • Last Sunday – Otley Farmers Market, 9am-1pm.

Kirkstall Deli Market, Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds


Kirkstall Deli Market is full of atmosphere with a great selection of producers and street food, usually accompanied with a little entertainment and all set in possibly the best location for a farmers market anywhere! The market takes place on the last weekend of the month actually inside the cloisters of Kirkstall Abbey a superb setting and very atmospheric.  Stalls include everything from spices to veg, Pies – The Little Pie Company, Fancy that from Wharfedale – Chutney & Jams, The Art of Mallow – Marshmallows, Local Allotment Veg, Curry Sauces, Deli foods, Blue Pig Pork, Yorkshire Dales Granola, Yummy Yank Cakes, Thislemist Farm Soups, Coffee, Cheese with hot food including wraps from Market Wraps, pulled pork and hogroast, fish and chips from Fish&, fresh curry and much more…

Kirkstall Deli Market

Headingley Farmers Market, The Rose Garden, Headingley

headingley farmers market

A small but vibrant and friendly farmers market brilliantly run by a dedicated band of supporters from Headingley Trust.  Set in the heart of Headingley in the Rose garden outside The Arc and opposite the Headingley Taps, sorry I can’t help but use pubs as landmarks!  Regular stalls include all the main food groups! Pies, Fish, Veg, Salt’s Deli, Venison, Charcuterie, Meat, Yorkshire Chorizo, Olives and Oils, Thislemist Soups, Eggs, Swillington Organic Farm, Mushrooms, Apple Juice, Honey, Bread and Cakes.

Oakwood Farmers Market, The Clocktower, Roundhay

oakwood farmers market

Oakwood farmers market takes place on the 3rd Saturday of the month by the Clocktower in Roundhay Park. Friendly market with guest stalls and occasional entertainment, brassbands and all.

Baildon Farmers Market

Baildon Farmers Market

Held in the lower car park and stocks area in the middle of Baildon. Nice busy market, don’t be put off by the photo it was a horrible day but still bustling !  Stalls include, Cheese, Swillington Organic Farm, Thislemist Farm Soups, Scotch Eggs, Bread and Charcuterie.

baildon farmers market 002

Kirkgate Indoor Market

Allegedly the largest indoor market in Europe?  Kirkgate market has an eclectic mix of stalls from buttons and ribbons to a South African Butchers and most things in-between.

Yorkshire Chorizo Paninoteca Leeds Kirkgate Market

If you run or know of a farmers market I have missed and think should be included here please get in touch.

About cwildman

Local Food Evangelist, 5th Generation Butcher based in the Yorkshire Dales, England. Town End Farm Shop, Artisan Butchery & Charcuterie, Home of The Yorkshire Chorizo.
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4 Responses to Leeds Farmers Markets

  1. Rich says:

    Hi, thanks for this post! i knew of a few farmers markets but kirkstall, baildon, otley and roundhay are most closer to home. i will be checking these out!


  2. Anna B says:

    Brilliant, just what I needed to find!!


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  4. I’m always looking for new Farmers Markets to try so this is perfect, thank you!


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