Oxford Community Markets represents the coming together of the city’s numerous and growing community owned and organised markets. It is a growing network for mutual benefit and support, aiming through collaboration to create a truly alternative shopping experience to the benefit of the people, the environment, and of course, to the delight of the taste buds.
Notice: Due to Covid-19, several markets have closed or adapted their opening times and locations. Please check each market’s website for details.
There are a number of markets in Oxford and Oxfordshire selling produce, hot food and other products, much of which is local, ethical and from small-scale producers.
Oxford Community Markets
Cultivate Oxford Veg Stall @Summertown Farmers’ Market
10am-2 pm every Sunday on Banbury Road, OX2 7DE (Summertown shops, outside M&S)
10am-1pm every Saturday, East Oxford Primary School, Oxford OX4 1JP
9.30am-12noon every Sunday, Lake Street Community Centre, Oxford OX1 4RP
9am-12pm every Saturday at Sandford Village Hall, Sandford-on-Thames OX4 4NY
10am-1pm every Sunday at The White Hart Community Pub on Godstow Road in Lower Wolvercote.
Other Oxford Markets
Market of local, small-scale and artisan producers. 10am- 2pm every 2nd and 4th Saturday, at North Parade Avenue. They also have one-off night markets. Check their website for details of these. GFO member.
Travelling market in Gloucester Green all day Wednesdays to Saturdays, with food, clothes, bric a brac and some local traders.
10am-2.30pm every Saturday, at the top of New High Street (opposite the Shark!) and around the corner on the London Road. Local market used to uses the stall fees for community activities.
Local farmers’ market at Oxford Castle Quarter every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.
Bringing the new generation farmers’ market to the high street, they support fresh, local and organic producers. 10am-2 pm every Sunday on Banbury Road, OX2 7DE (Summertown shops, outside M&S).
Markets in Oxfordshire
See the Thames Valley Farmers’ Market Cooperative’s website for markets in market towns across Oxfordshire.