We are passionate about the market and what it sells. We actively source food from within 30 miles of Oxford and encourage community stalls run by local residents. We also offer Fairtrade produce from further afield and try to make sure it comes to us by land or ship. Further details are available in our Market Manifesto.

Our stallholders

  • Alex Singleton Open or Close

    I offer a range of original Letter pressed cards of Oxford ranging from some of the most famous landmarks dotted around the city to smaller more obscure subjects that need a closer eye.

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  • Ally Green Open or Close

    Ally has been baking since she was a child and loves experimenting with new flavours. A signatory of the Oxford Good Food Charter, she is passionate about using quality, ethical ingredients - including fair trade and organic chocolate from Green and Black and Divine, fair trade cocoa and sugar, free range eggs (often from garden hens) and local seasonal fruits - and avoiding waste. She varies her offering at each market but it typically includes a wide range of brownies, tiffin, fresh puddings and cakes and there are always gluten free and vegan options.

    Ally's brownies

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  • Bibury Trout Farm Open or Close

    Fresh trout; fillets, smoked, pate, quiches, trout bakes, ....

    Bibury Trout Farm produce

    Bibury Trout Farm, in the Cotswold village of Bibury, is one of the oldest in the country - founded in 1902 by the famous naturalist Arthur Severn to stock the local rivers and streams with the native Brown Trout. Each year up to 10 million Rainbow Trout are spawned, up to one third being sold to outlets throughout Britain and occasionally abroad. The remainder are grown on and sold principally to restock rivers, lakes and reservoirs throughout the country. 

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  • Blissful Italian Food Open or Close

    Mariella Bliss is an authentically Italian caterer and personal chef with a love of all things foodie. She sells homemade (really) real Italian food following traditional recipes using local (and mostly organic) ingredients. Eating local is as important as eating well and Mariella's dishes are a heavenly combination of these two principles.

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  • Brynmoor Conserves Open or Close

    Tasty award-winning jams and preserves, home made in Abingdon.

    Sarah Doidge’s jams and marmalades have won over 10 Guild of Fine Food Great Taste Awards and she has even supplied Fortnum and Mason with her conserves.

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  • Café Asia Open or Close

    Owner of Café Asia, Farzana Chowdhury, came from Holland leaving behind her family food business. Thrilled to share her Asian background as well as her own personal cultural experiences here in England, she decided to incorporate her traditional delicacies with the community here at East Oxford together with her daughters who have qualifications in cooking. One of Farzana’s dear friends, Theresa, kindly introduced Farzana to the market coordinator. Whilst Farzana's home country is Bangladesh she did not want to set a limit to the food she could serve. She therefore decided to experiment using food from the whole Asian continent.

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  • Chillies2U Open or Close

    Chillies2U have a wide selection of chilli varieties all lovingly cultivated using organic methods on their small farm in Oxfordshire.

    Weight for Weight a red chilli will provide 75 times more vitamin C than from an orange. Peppers also contain a small amount of vitamin E and are a useful source of Potassium and B vitamins.

    Chilli's are an extremely versatile food that can add that extra spark to a normal every day dish. They can be chopped and added to pulses, root vegetables or added with garlic to a simple dish of pasta dressed with olive oil.

    Chopped chilli's, added to lime juice, olive oil and coriander make a wonderful marinade for many types of fish, or for a spicy stir fry add whole small hot chilli's for a short while during cooking and remove just before cooking is completed.

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  • Chippity Cards Open or Close

    Card and crafts designed by Jane Donnelly.

  • Chocsford Open or Close

    Chocsford is a small home-based company in Wolvercote, Oxford, making handmade chocolates according to artisan principles; using fresh ingredients without additives or preservatives.

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  • Coopers Pork Open or Close

    Coopers Oxford Pork started in 2008 with just 5 pigs; they now have a free range herd of 180 in woodlands owned by the Earth Trust.

    They breed Oxford Sandy and Black - a pig which originated in Oxfordshire some 300 years ago and which very nearly became extinct 40 years ago. Today, to help ensure the breed's future it is on the Rare Breed Survival Trusts watch list.

    pigs at Coopers farm

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  • Cotswold Curer Open or Close

    Artisan producer of Salami and Chorizo made from locally sourced free range pork.

    Produced in the heart of the Cotswolds in the village of Baunton, approximately 1 mile north of Cirencester.

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  • Country Bunches Open or Close

    An enthusiastic gardener, Lizie has been supplying friends and villagers with her flowers for several years. In Autumn 2015 came the decision to create a dedicated cutting garden at her home in Toot Baldon.

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  • Crudges Cheese Open or Close

    Award winning cheese made in Kingham from cows, sheep and goats milk.

  • EF International Language Centre Open or Close

    Spare room? Become a host family with EF and welcome a young visitor into your home!

    EF is an International Language Centre is an education hub for students from all over the world. They are proud to represent a global multi-cultural community.

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  • Ellie's Kitchen Open or Close

    Greek savoury and sweet pies: authentically traditional, home made and delicious.

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  • Foxcombe Hill Farm Apples Open or Close

    Heritage apple varieties from Boars Hill.

  • Hayley's Kitchen Open or Close

    Hayley's Kitchen has been involved with East Oxford Farmers' Market for 9 years, originally starting out at Manzil Way selling homemade pumpkin seed pesto, vegetarian dips and wholesome muffins & granola. Upon its relocation Hayley took up a regular position in the cafe (with the help of her sister Nina) and has on occasion held the cake stall. This all started due to her love of food, cooking and nutrition, and has since taken this further by completing an MSc in Nutrition.

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  • Heath Farm nuts Open or Close

    Yummy fresh walnuts and cob nuts. Unfortunately, this means they are only ever with us for the very short nut picking season. http://heathfarm.com/

  • Hilary Squire Flowers Open or Close

    A selection of flowers, posies, bouquets and plants for all occasions.

    Based locally in East Oxford, Hilary Squire Flowers began in 2010. A trained florist, Hilary has, over the years, developed her entire garden into a cutting garden. Her aim is to grow and arrange as ethically as possible by only using flowers that are in season, using organic methods, recycling and upcycling pots and vases, and using minimal packaging.

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  • Homebaked by Annabel Open or Close

    Annabel has been passionately baking for years and in 2011, she turned her dream into reality and started 'homebaked by Annabel' from her small kitchen in Oxford. Her quest: a desire to create Oxford’s best chocolate brownies and she tried, tested and tasted many combinations of ingredients to perfect her recipe.

    home baked by annabel - logo and brownie

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  • Homesown Open or Close

    Homesown sell plants raised at home from seed, cuttings and divisions and are the plants they like in their own gardens.

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  • James Soden Photography Open or Close

    Beautiful greetings cards, fine art photographic prints, books and more...inspired by the wildlife of Oxfordshire and beyond.

    James is an Oxford-based photographer and publisher and visits the farmers market every 5-6 weeks, from Spring to Christmas.

    James has developed his photography business since leaving his previous career 7 years ago, and first traded at the farmers market in 2012.

    Passionate about connecting people to their environment, James produces fine art quality 'wildlife' greetings cards and other items, featuring the best of his photography. As they often feature wildlife local to Oxfordshire, they have special appeal to visitors to the East Oxford market (and are much better value than high street alternatives!)

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  • Jason's Books Open or Close

    Recently published second hand books including modern fiction, literature, children's books and other subjects too.  Requests for specific books or authors, and offers of books for sale, are always welcome. Now available every week as Jason's Book Box!

  • Jaunty Shopper Open or Close

    Jaunty Shopper offers an ever increasing range of fair trade teas and coffees from across South America and Africa.

    Januty Shopper stall - fairtrade teas

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  • Jericho Coffee Traders Open or Close

    Jericho Coffee Traders started five years ago when New Zealander James Armitage saw a three wheeled Vespa Piaggio Ape for sale on the side of the road, bought it, and decided it needed a coffee machine on the back of it! He served coffee on the Magdalen Bridge, and then later in the Radcliffe Camera Square. The vivid turquoise coffee truck has become quite iconic amongst the people of Oxford, serving coffee at markets, festivals and even delivering their coffee beans, which they roast in a warehouse in Jericho. For a while JCT hosted their own pop-up shop on King Edward Street, with plans for another shop set in motion.

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  • LAM brewing Open or Close

    LAM has been producing beer since 2014, in small batches of bottle-conditioned ales which are then sold at farmers markets and a limited number of outlets. In September 2016 LAM completed their new craft brewery, a five-minute walk from the owner’s home.

    The owners and brewers are passionate about being part of the local area and linking in with local communities in Sandford on Thames, Kennington and Oxford City. Partnerships are important to the LAM team and wherever possible they work alongside and support others in the creation of quality. Some of LAM's hops go into Sandford Sourdough artisan bread and all LAM grain is re-cycled to feed the pigs at Coopers Pork. LAM is a member of Good Food Oxford and the Oxford Brewers Alliance. LAM is also a sponsor of the Oxford City Stars ice hockey team.

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  • Make-Do-Mend Open or Close

    A sewing service: alterations, mending and commission design work. While you wait is available for simple tasks or collection at their next market. Alternatively you can arrange to collect from their studio in West Oxford.

    Make-Do-Mend attend the market on the first Saturday of the month.

    Maria has spent her life sewing, with childhood memories of summer holidays with her mum and grandma making clothes for herself or her dolls, "it's just what we did!" She studied Fashion & Textiles at college and in her twenties working in the fashion trade: on the factory floor, in the fabric cutting room and as a grader and pattern cutter during a season when manufacturing was gradually moving away from Britain.  Early this century "boy does that make me feel old!" she moved into teaching and became a course leader for a BTEC National Diploma in Fashion and Clothing at our local FE college on Oxpens Rd.  Maria took voluntary redundancy from teaching about five years ago, when she was reminded about a prophetic word she was given as a teenager, about being Dorcas, a Bible character who was a dressmaker, a disciple and who helped the poor.  She decided there was more to it than where she currently was. 

    Make Do Mend - bag

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  • Mediterranean: Middle Eastern Take Away Open or Close

    Lovely falafel, houmous, snacks and sweet treats, all produced in East Oxford.

  • Mrs B's Antiques & Odds-N-Ends Open or Close

    Mrs B's Antique & Odds-N-Ends is a Small Business Enterprise locally owned and operated. It is a “sole trader” business independently owned by Mrs Lucille Marjorie Johnson a black, female entrepreneur residing in Littlemore Oxford. Mrs Johnson often referred to as Mrs B per her business name is a senior citizen and mainstay of the community. The Mrs B title stems from her husband’s name Benjamin. Mrs B started trading in May 2004. She trades mainly at local venues such as Gloucester Green Market (every Thursdays), Wesley Memorial Church (first Friday of each month), Farmers Market on Cowley Road (third Saturday of each month) and Wolvercote Farmers Market (first and third Sunday of each month). She frequently extends her business enterprise to nearby locations as and when invited.

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  • Natural Bread Company Open or Close

    Natural Bread is an independent Oxford based artisan bakery. The company is family run and is proud to make all their own wonderful breads, pastries & cakes by hand, from scratch, and fresh every day in their Botley bakery without using any additives or preservatives.

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  • Naturally Sweet Open or Close

    Naturally Sweet consists of two people, Jo and Eleanor, who are passionate about food.


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  • North Aston Dairy Open or Close

    Organic milk, cream, ice cream, yoghurt, beef and veal from North Aston.

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  • Norton and Yarrow Cheese Open or Close

    Rachel and Fraser produce award winning artisan goats' cheese in Oxfordshire and are based at the Earth Trust Farm near Shillingford in South Oxfordshire. They started to build their own herd of purebred Anglo Nubian goats - the 'Jersey Cow' of the goat world - at the beginning of 2016 and are developing a range of delicious hand crafted cheeses based on traditional French recipes. Just three months after starting to sell their cheese, Rachel and Fraser have already picked up a number of national awards recognising the quality of their products: two Silver Awards at the Artisan Cheese Awards in March, and a Gold and Bronze medal at the British Cheese Awards in June.

    Norton and Yarrow cheeses - Rachel and Fraser

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  • Once Bitten Open or Close

    A small company created and developed in 2007 by Jo Thompson specialising in quality patisserie and offering a service in high end artisan baking. A pastry chef by trade, she has been in the food industry for over 20 years, working in both the hotel and restaurant sector throughout the UK and private event catering in London. Relocating to Oxfordshire in 2003, where she sought employment at Daylesford Farmshop, Kingham and there began her quest to use organic and fairtrade ingredients at every opportunity.

    Once Bitten - almond macaroons

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  • Oxford Poetry Library Open or Close

    Oxford Poetry Library is a pedal-powered mobile poetry library which aims to be a free and open resource of poetry for readers of all backgrounds, tastes, and ages.

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  • Plantation Chocolates Open or Close

    Based in Plantation Road near Jericho, Vivien Shelton has been making hand made chocolates since 2013. Frustrated at not being able to buy high quality chocolates in Oxford, she set about sourcing the very finest ingredients and learning how to put them together to produce bars and individual filled chocolates. She is one of the few chocolatiers in the UK using lecithin-free chocolate for virtually all her products.

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  • Raffaele Pepe Open or Close

    Delicious homemade Italian sweet and savoury food.

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  • Rich Pickings Open or Close

    Rich Pickings are a family business from Winslow in Buckinghamshire. They create unique, handmade, and mighty tasty food using the highest quality local ingredients. Their range at our market includes some lovely terrines and parfaits (both vegetarian and non-vegetarian), plus favourites like Scotch Eggs (sometimes with a twist).

    Find out more on their website.


  • Salad Daze Open or Close

    Carla Bailey has cooked at East Oxford Farmer’s Market since its conception at Manzil Way with Brian and Josie. Carla's latest venture at East Oxford Market is, ‘Salad Daze’ - healthy salads to take away, which her daughter contrived whilst studying for her MA exams. She is also at Hogacre Cafe every other Sunday cooking Vegetarian/ Vegan food.

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  • Salvation for Hands Open or Close

    "Aptly named – it does what it says on the tin!" Ms F, Monmouthshire, rose farmer.

    This solid salve is an effective and practical remedy for anyone suffering from dry, chapped skin. Made with pure oat oil (a new development in the age old therapeutic use of oats) and beeswax, the salve was developed by Sarah Lock after a long, cold English winter working out of doors as a gardener.

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  • Sandy Lane Organic Farm Open or Close

    Organic fruit and vegetables. Sandy Lane Farm are from Tiddington (near Thame). Find out more about them here.

  • SESI Refill Station Open or Close

    SESI is a social enterprise which supplies organic, fair-trade and local food as well as sustainable, locally-made detergents straight into people’s own containers.

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  • Shand's Cakes Open or Close

    Shand's make delicious, moreish treats from their base in Shabbington, near Thame.

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  • Simon Weaver - Cotswold Organic Dairy Open or Close

    The Weavers have been farming in the Cotswolds for the past three generations, and in the South West of England since before 1570.

    Simon Weaver cheese

    Their herdsman Richard has spent his entire life working with cattle, with over 42 years experience in the field. He is on first name terms with each of the 180 cows on the farm, and can often be found chewing over the latest gossip with Daisy, Petal and Rosie, the friendliest girls in the yard.

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  • SimplyFoods2Go Open or Close

    Filipino Fusion food.

  • Sotwell Manor Fruit Farm Open or Close

    Delicious strawberries, raspberries, currants, ...

  • Taste of Poland Open or Close

    Taste of Poland (B & S Flavor) is family run company, founded in Oxford in 2015. 

    They make Polish pierogi and other traditional foods. They produce their own sour gherkins, sauerkraut and snacks such as croquettes: all authentically traditional, homemade and delicious.

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  • The Clays Organic Market Garden Open or Close

    Situated on the edge of Warborough, eight miles South of Oxford, more than 50 kinds of organic vegetable and fruit are grown throughout the year. The principal field has the remnants of an ancient orchard, planted around 150 years ago. Many of the apples and pears brought to the market are from the remaining ancient trees, some are old varieties yet to be identified. This part of the farm is also run as a County Wildlife Site, home to a rich variety of small, furry, winged and creepy-crawley creatures, as well as hares and owls. Customers buying their orchard produce are helping support the Wildlife Site. About 0.5 hectares is cultivated by hand for the vegetables, there are three polytunnels for the more exotic varieties and to extend the cropping season, enabling the farm to supply salad leaves almost every week throughout the year.

    The Clays

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  • The Oxford Delhi Open or Close

    A contemporary interpretation of authentic Moghul cuisine. www.theoxforddelhi.co.uk

  • Wildman Environmental Learning Open or Close

    Wildlife gardening books and wildlife radio show CDs.

    Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt from Wildman Environmental Learning has been a professional Wildlife Gardener and wildlife sound recordist for almost 29 years.

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  • Willowbrook Organic Farm Open or Close

    Organic free range eggs, chicken, beef and lamb (at Christmas also duck, goose and turkey).

    Willowbrook is a family run farm nestled in the environmentally sensitive Cherwell Valley flood plain, close to Oxford.  Our land is farmed without the use of chemicals and we are committed to the environmental sustainability and natural biodiversity of the land.  We are also committed to producing and sourcing top quality local foods for our customers.

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