Mawgan Farmers' Market
Welcome to Mawgan Farmers Market. The market that was previously held at Mullion Comprehensive School has now moved to Mawgan in Meneage Recreation Hall. The market is run entirely by volunteers providing local people and visitors the opportunity to buy fresh local produce direct from small local producers.
The market is held on the third Saturday of every month, except January, at Mawgan Recreation Hall, running from 9.30am to 12:00pm.
Producers bring a wide range of fresh local produce to market from staples such as bread, vegetables, meat, fish and cheese, through pies, other baked goods, chutneys and jams, to treats like olives, chocolate and delicious curry. We also have producers selling plants and cut flowers, and locally brewed ales.
Finally, we have a cafe area where you can relax with a hot drink, some homemade cake or anything else you have purchased on the market.
Why Shop at the Farmers' Market?
Farmers’ Markets are good for the environment and good for the local economy.
- They reduce food miles – the distance travelled from farm to fork, thereby saving energy and cutting pollution.
- They keep money circulating in the local economy and help provide a livelihood for farmers and producers.
- They help build links between producers and consumers, so that shoppers can have confidence in the food they buy, and sellers can get direct feedback on the food they offer.