Cliftonville Farmers’ Market with multi-cultural offerings at Walpole Bay Lawns

Cliftonville Farmers' Market Photo Frank Leppard

The Cliftonville Farmers’ Market takes place tomorrow (January 30) with numerous stalls including newcomer Brogdale Craft Ciders.

Stalls will be selling goods including plants, cakes, meats, crafts, vegan, cheeses, oils, biscuits, dog treats, crepes, olives, coffee and tea, vegetables, fruit and more.

The multi-cultural market has Russian, Italian, Turkish, Cypriot, Korean, French, Dutch, and English offerings.

The market runs from 10am to 1pm at Walpole Bay Lawns, CT9 3HF.


  1. Thank you Isle of Thanet News, for mentioning our first market of the year, held on our new site the Walpole Bay Lawns, behind the Walpole Bay Hotel in Cliftonville.
    We have 31 stalls booked in for tomorrow and the list is on our social media sites.
    The market is run by volunteers from the community for the community.
    We are multi award winning and now in our
    ’21st’ year.
    There will be something for everyone.

  2. That is great news!
    I hope Dickie Ovenden will be there with his veg and Stour Valley Game and meats and Bessborough Farm wit
    h their fruit.
    It is an excellent market, worthy of all it’s awards.
    I will be there tomorrow.

  3. What a fantastic farmers market at Cliftonville today.
    Lots & lots of stalls selling a superb range of produce.
    Best, veg, fruit, cheeses in fact everything!
    I wish it could be held more than once a month.
    Well done to all, particularly the organiser.

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