This Grade II listed building is the centrepiece of the town. The pillared market house, dating form Georgian times, contains the Town Hall stands above the Market Place and features a stature of Queen Anne and bell turret. Once a month you’ll find the Farmer’s Market held underneath.
Market Place Dursley, GL11
Lovely farm shop on a dairy farm, advocating sustainable and local ethics. Selling great British produce, with a passion for supporting local businesses. Local meat, cheeses, veg, glass bottle milk from local farms, coffee and cakes.
Middlehall Farm, Eastington, Stonehouse Stroud, GL10 3AY
Undergoing an extensive refurbishment. It’s the home of Vue Cinema, Anytime Fitness, Stroud Bowl, Halfords, Fat Toni’s, Domino's, EE, Jojo Maman Bebe, the Food Market and the main town centre car park. Next to the bus station. Lots more to come.
King Street, Stroud, GL5 1RR
WINNER OF 'BEST RURAL FOOD BUSINESS UK' 2019
Farm Shop, butchers and Café with Jolly Nice Values. Championing old fashioned, independent, sustainable British food, drink and farming. Showcasing brilliant local farmers and top notch producers. Worth a detour for superb burgers and sublime ice cream and cafe too.
Between Stroud and Cirencester
Frampton Mansell, Stroud, GL6 8HZ
The Shambles is one of the oldest areas in Stroud and is transformed on market days, traditionally Fridays and Saturdays, but Mondays too.
The Old Town Hall dates from the late 1500s and the market stalls used to be housed in the arches under the Hall. "Shambles" means "Butchers stalls, a Meat-Market".
John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church, preached from the butcher's blocks outside the Church Hall on 26th June 1742. There is a Blue Plaque to commemorate the event.
Double gates lead to St Laurence Church. A chapel stood here in Saxon times. The only remaining part is the Church Tower with its spire. Stroud became its own parish, separate from Bisley, in 1304.
The Shambles, Stroud
Multi award-winning and well known as one of the biggest, busiest and most popular farmers’ markets in the UK. Awarded best in the UK for 2013 for a second time by FARMA there is so much on offer, so arrive hungry and buy your picnic here. The ultimate farm shop.
Thu 3 December 2020
Vintage Mary is a local legend. Beautiful, quirky vintage/retro and useful household items. Every Monday with lots of interesting finds. The storeroom next to the stall is an Aladdin's cave filled with crockery, cutlery, kitchen goodies, wool and knitting supplies, rugs and material! Shambles Market, Stroud.
Shambles Market, Stroud, GL5 1AP