There is a regular Weymouth market and regular Portland market. Weymouth also has a popular Farmers Market once a month. Details of these and other markets in the area are provided below.
Top of the hill opposite The Heights Hotel – Every Tuesday throughout summer from 9am to 3pm
Portland Market is a traditional market selling food, clothes, household items and much more. It is held every Tuesday throughout the summer and has been operating since 1981. It is possible to purchase a pitch at the Portland Market from £10 per day to sell NEW goods only.
Westham Bridge, DT4 8NA – Second Sunday of every month from 10am to 3pm
The Farmers Market is just one of Weymouth markets and features some of the best, and often little-known, food and drink producers in Dorset, many of whom are also organic.
The emphasis is on freshness, quality and value for money. Buying locally means you can ask how the food is produced and grown as well as reducing your food miles. Supporting your local farmers market puts money back into the local economy to sustain, and hopefully even create, jobs.
So whether you’re after breads, cheeses, cider, wines, sausages, pates, pies, vegetables, jams, chutneys, honey or other goodies, Weymouth Farmers Market is definitely the place to look. Come and meet the farmers, sample their produce and enjoy the best Weymouth and Dorset has to offer.
Weymouth Farmers Market is held on the second Sunday of every month from 10am to 3pm on Westham Bridge (times may vary). There is ample parking nearby.
Portland Country Market
Community 2000 Hall, Easton, Portland – Every Friday from 9am to 11.30am
The Portland Country Market sells seasonal fruit and vegetables, flowers, homemade cakes, pies and pastries, eggs, local honey and honey products. There are also craft tables with a wide and varied display of new ideas including cards, knitted and hand sewn items, beaded jewellery and gifts.