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Visit Market Website
Thur 4th Jun
9.00am -
    11.00am
Shipbourne Farmers' Market

This market offers an on-line ordering and delivery service


Market Days

Every Thursday

Contacts

Bob Taylor
Market Manager
t:01732 833976
m:07768 643614
email

David Porter
Treasurer
t:01732 832657
m:07940825428
email

Location

St Giles' Church
Stumble Hill
Shipbourne
TN11 9PF

Find us

Click to see detailed map

St Giles's Church, Shipbourne is located on the A227 half way between Tonbridge and Ightham.

Parking

Whilst we are operating the On line/Collection market at the Village Hall we would ask you not to get out of your car to avoid unnecessary contact. When you arrive, please ensure the boot of your car is open,a Marshal will direct you and your order will be delivered to your car.

Route from the Church to the Village Hall
Shipbourne wins national Award
Over a 100 orders sorted
Drive thru with boot open ready to recieve orders

Stallholders

23 Food, 4 Home & Garden, 1 Craft

25 permanent and 3 seasonal.

Our Market

COVID19

Our objective is to keep Producers away from Customers as without Producers there will be no market !

 Consequently we have opened an 'ON-LINE FARMERS MARKET' combined with a 'DRIVE THRU' customer pick up'.

Our 'Market ' is open for browsing and shopping from Saturday morning  to Wednesday midday.

Orders can be thenm be picked up at SHIPBOURNE VILLAGE HALL ON  THURSDAY MORNINGS.

We have volunteers willing to deliver locally to those who cannot get out

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OUR NEW CONVENIENCE STORE

If you cannot get on line or have problems with using the system please call Jenny on 07880577208 and she will help you

The Process:-

a)  Have a look at what our Producers have to offer. Choose whatever you wish and fill your basket. At the end of your shop you will be asked to CONFIRM your order (this is the same as reaching the till)

b)  A pro-forma invoice of the items and amounts in your basket will be emailed to you and how you should pay them . (If you purchased any items sold by weight you will find the weight and amount pinned to your purchase) 

d) We will send you your 'Pick up time slot' on Wednesday evening.

e) Write your Order No. and Name  on a piece of paper and stick to the offside window. At the Village Hall you will be asked to open the boot of your car.  It will then be filled with your order.

e) Drive away with your Order !


How to start

1)    Click HERE

2)    First time round you will need to REGISTER by adding your contact details and creating a password. From then on you will just need to SIGN IN

3) Start Shopping

4) When you have completed your shop press CONFIRM


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                                                   Awards won by Shipbourne market include:
  • 2018 Winner Kent Life 'Food & Drink Awards'

  • 2018 finalist National Farmers Market of the year

  • 2016 Runner Up 'Taste of Kent Awards'

  • 2014 Winner of Kent Life 'Best Farmers' Market'

  • 2012, 2011, 2009, 2005 Winner of Produced in Kent 'Taste of Kent Awards' Farmers Market

In addition we were 
  • A finalist in BBC Radio 4' Food and Farming programme
  • Listed in the Times and Telegraph as one of the 10 Best Farmers' Markets in the country
  • Listed in Top ten UK food markets by Yahoo Travel


In 1285, Edward I granted the village of Shipbourne permission to hold a weekly market. In May 2003, with the help of a grant from Rural Revival, the Parochial Church Council re-inaugurated the market.

Our objective is to provide a focus for the community and a retail outlet for small local producers. The Market is run entirely by volunteers. Any surplus made by the market is donated to Agricultural charities such as the Farm Crisis Network and Bread-line Africa.

We aim to provide our customers with a one stop shop. We have an extensive range of excellent quality local products including both basics and unusual fare.

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