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Meet the producers

Billy Bailey sells fresh and smoked wet fish in season, from his van at Celyn Farmers’ Market in Mold

Celyn Farmers’ Market comes to St Mary’s Church Hall, King Street, Mold on the first and third Saturdays of the month, giving people a rare chance to talk to producers about the food they’ve reared, grown or made. Selling outstanding fresh, local produce, from 9am to 2pm, Celyn Farmers are more than happy to answer your questions.

Celyn Farmers’ Market

St Mary’s Church Hall, King Street, Mold CH7 1LA

The Mold market is held on the first and third Saturday each month, between 9am and 1pm.


The Celyn Farmers’ Market is FARMA certified and offers a variety of local produce. Produce available at the market include vegetables, fruit in season, cheeses, yoghurt, eggs, beef, lamb, pork, cakes, pies, jams, preserves and organic produce. Some local craftspeople also attend.

Ruthin Produce Market

The Courtyard, Ruthin Gaol, Clwyd Street, Ruthin.

10am – 3pm on the last Saturday of the month from April – October plus a Christmas Market held on the first Saturday in December

Contact details:
Bob Costain.
Tel: 07798 914721

Traditional outdoor market featuring between 25-35 stalls. Food produce includes fresh fruit and vegetables, organic lamb, beef and mutton, homemade cakes, bread, beers, cider, chocolates and fudge, olives and oils, chutneys, pickles and jams plus many other food items. Craft items include jewellery, soft furnishings, soaps, woodturning etc. The market also sells cottage plants, herbs and vegetable plants.

Ruthin People’s Market

Ruthin Market Hall, Market Street, Ruthin, Denbighshire

Monday to Thursday 9am to 4pm and Saturday 8am to 5pm

Contact details:
Mrs Susan Shaw
Tel: 01824 703213 / 07772 136169

Ruthin People’s Market is a general market with a food section selling local produce. The local produce available at the market includes free range eggs, home produced pork, home made jams and preserves, home produced cakes and savouries and locally grown fruit and vegetables in season.

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