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Farmers Markets in Huddersfield

Holmfirth Farmers Market
Queensgate Market
Princess Alexandra Walk

West Yorkshire

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Held on the 3rd Sunday of each month, 8am to 2pm.

The very best of fresh local produce, local meats, fresh fruit & vegetables, breads, cheeses, cakes, jams, honey and much more. The selection of produce available at a Farmers' Market will vary with season and location often characteristic of the area. However you are likely to be able to find a delicious selection of vegetables, fruit, meat, eggs, bread and cakes, jams, fruit juices and dairy produce.

At the Holmfirth farmers markets there are plenty of delicacies to stock the best-kept kitchens. A variety of meats, fresh vegetables, home-baked cakes and pies and a vast range of cheese are just some of the local produce available.

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