NAILSWORTH’S farmers’ market returns this weekend, taking place in Nailsworth bus station to allow appropriate social-distancing.

It is held from 9.30am-2.30pm every fourth Saturday (next this Saturday, June 27), market stallholders will be selling an array of fresh produce and local goods.

On market Saturdays, there will be a temporary bus stop at the bottom of Spring Hill.

“We are absolutely delighted to have the market back,” said Sarah Martin of the town’s chamber of trade.

“It has been hugely missed by so many during the lockdown period.

"We just ask all visitors to be patient and to abide by the market’s rules to make sure everyone stays safe and feels confident.”

The chamber’s click-and-collect produce service will still be running each week.

Customers can phone in orders and collect, at a given time-slot, from Sarah outside Nailsworth Library each Saturday.

“Please note, though, that on Nailsworth Farmers’ Market Saturdays only, the collection point will be just round the corner from K’N’G stores and not the library. This will allow me to be on hand for the market as well,” Sarah Martin said.

“The restarting of the farmers’ market is a great opportunity for people to shop outdoors in safe and attractive surroundings as well as – really importantly – to show support for our wonderful local producers and sellers.”

Further information on Nailsworth Farmers’ Market and the continuing click-and-collect service can be found at