Local Produce

Field to folk

Buying local produce – be it from a major supermarket or a local farmers market – has an important part to play in keeping the landscape special and there are numerous places where you can buy fresh, local food and drink – farmers’ markets, farm shops, specialist retailers and even many supermarkets are now stocking a good range of locally produced food and drink.

Cotswolds Choice

This brand is awarded to products that help maintain the high quality environment of the Cotswolds.  Things like meat from the conservation grazing of wildflower grasslands, woodland products from coppicing and beer using organic barley with wildlife friendly measures in the fields.  By buying Cotswolds Choice products you are helping to keep the Cotswolds beautiful.

If you have a product that you think may qualify to use this brand, please contact:
Simon Smith, Project Development Officer

If we agree we will let you use it for free in recognition of you contribution to the Cotswolds landscape.

Farmers’ Markets

Great places to chat to producers and pick up fresh, local fare. Including:

Bath (every Sat, Green Park)
Bourton-on-the-Water (4th Sun of month, Countrywide Stores)
Bradford on Avon (3rd Thurs of month, Westbury Gardens; last Sun of month, Lamb Yard)
Charlbury (2nd Sat quarterly: Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec, The Playing Close)
Cheltenham (2nd & last Fri of month, the Promenade)
Chipping Norton (3rd Sat of month, Market Square)
Cirencester (2nd / 4th Sat of month, Market Place)
Dursley (2nd Sat of month, Town Hall)
Nailsworth (4th Sat of month, Mortimer Gardens)
Stow-on-the Wold (2nd Thurs of month, Market Square)
Stroud (every Sat, Cornhill Market Place & surrounding streets)
Winchcombe (3rd Sat of month, town centre)
Woodstock (1st Sat of month, in front of Town Hall)
Wotton-under-Edge (1st Sat of month, Town Hall)