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Delivering a wide range of local produce...

The market is held every first Sunday of the Month, on the village green, from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

A FREE community stall, music tent & health bus are available throughout the year. The free stall is available to clubs and societies for promotion or fundraising.

The Farmers Market can be found on the village green in the heart of Sedgefield in front of St. Edmund Church. With easy access from the main road network, A689, A177 etc we can be easily located so come along and try it.

Farmers Market Contacts


Farmers Market Dates

  • 5th May
  • 2nd June
  • 7th July
  • 4th August
  • 1st September
  • 6th October
  • 3rd November
  • 1st December

A big thank you to all our customers and organisers of the market for braving the weather in the winter. We are always looking for helpers on the day so please get in touch.

Roger Clubley, Chairman, Sedgefield Development Trust.

About the stall holders

Broom House Farm

We breed, rear and sell our own 100% pure Aberdeen Angus Beef, Lamb, Mutton and Rare Breed British Saddleback Pork, hams, sausages and bacon. All our beef and lamb is properly hung and prepared, with great attention to detail. This is the place to shop if you value the best flavoured beef, lamb and pork in County Durham! Broom House Farm Butchery & Farm Shop is on our organic family run farm in the Browney Valley overlooking Durham City, just 6 miles to the west of the City Centre.

NATIONAL FINALISTS in FARMA "own and local" national farm retail awards!

Produce: Meats
Parlour Made Cheese

Village Farm Dairy is set in 240 acres near Sedgefield, County Durham, a family farm run by Neil & Carol Peacock. The dairy herd consists of 120 Holstein /Friesian cows all of which were all born on the farm. The family are passionate about herd welfare which ensures consistent high quality milk and every cow is known by name and family history. After many months of extensive research and planning Neil & Carol decided to diversify into handmade artisan cheese made using their own farm assured milk. The fresh morning’s milk is piped no further than 20 feet from the milking parlour into the cheese vat in the new purpose build cheese dairy, where cheesemaking begins. All of the cheeses are fully traceable with handling and packing done on the farm – the only food miles are incurred at delivery stage. Carol has spent most of her career teaching cookery as well as helping out on the farm. She attended agricultural College in Cheshire to learn the art of cheesemaking under the expert eye of Christine Ashby and has spent many months since perfecting her cheeses.. This is very much a family business – Neil milks the cows , Carol makes the cheese with children Joe and Georgia helping out on weekends and school holidays. Our cheese can be found in local farm shops, delis, hotels and restaurants.


Rosalind's Larder

Rosalind's Larder is a local producer of quality homemade jams, chutneys, piccalilli and lemon curd. Rosalind uses fruit and vegetables grown on her allotment in Middlesbrough and locally sourced produce and eggs where ever possible. The majority of the chutneys are made from Mediterranean vegetables reflecting her Italian background. All the products are made in small batches to ensure high quality and best taste. Her Limoncello Lemon curd and Piccalilli are particular favourites with customers attracting 5 star reviews on her Facebook page.


Wreford Farm

Local family farm, providing high quality free range pork. Outdoor reared native breed pigs, living in a natural, healthy environment. Farming at its best!


I Love Pies

For the BEST handmade pies and pasties. inc STEAK & GUINNESS, STEAK & STILTON (with a hint of port), Game Pie. Charlies Cornish, Fresh Hand raised Pork Pies and lots more.

Produce: Handmade pies, pastries and cakes
A and D Mellanby
Produce: Seasonal vegetables
Terry Gleadow

This is a family run business with my wife and myself, I myself have been in the fish business for 35years, but my wife's family go back 150+years so between us we have a lot of experience in the fishing industry. My wife lost relatives in the Eyemouth great fishing disaster in 1881. We sell a good selection of fresh Eyemouth fish.

Produce: Fish
Dryden Farm

Turkeys and Geese. Note they come to the Market in November only to promote their sales for Christmas.

To book a stall call Roger Clubley: 01740 620609, email Farmers Market: farmers@sedgefielddevelopmenttrust.co.uk