Markets have a long tradition in the district, having been held in Huntingdon since 1205 and St Ives since 1312!
Weekly street markets:
|Market Square, Huntingdon||Wednesday and Saturday||8am - 4pm|
|Market Hill, St Ives||Monday and Friday||8am - 4pm|
St Ives also holds large bank holiday Monday markets, with traders coming from across the country. These markets are open from 8am to 4pm.
If you are interested in trading at the Huntingdon or St Ives markets on a casual or permanent basis, please visit our Information for Market Traders page.
We run a farmers’ markets every other Friday from 8am to 2pm in the Market Square, Huntingdon.
All the food and produce sold at the market is grown or produced locally, usually within a 30 mile radius of Huntingdon, and is sold by the people who grow and produce it.
Produce on offer:
meat, poultry and game
organic fruit and vegetables
jams, relishes and chutneys
cakes, pies and bread
flowers and plants.
Selling your produce
To sell your produce at the market, you will need to meet the following three requirements:
you produce everything you want to sell
somebody involved in production will be able to attend the market
all produce you wish to sell contains at least 10% locally-grown ingredients.
Pitch fees are £23 per day for casual traders and £16.20 for permanent traders.
The St Ives farmers’ market is held at The Sheepmarket on the first and third Saturday of every month from 8.30am to 2pm.
The St Neots farmers’ market is held in the Market Square on the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 8am to 2pm.