Glasgow’s Farmers Market
Our farmers market brings a taste of rural Scotland to the city by giving residents access to a diverse range of affordable, healthy and locally produced food.
The emphasis of these markets is to help local producers and processors sell their goods directly to the public. You’ll find a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, fresh fruit, quality meat, free range eggs, bread, cakes, cheese and fresh street food to be eaten on site.
Where & When
• Southside: Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of month, 10am – 2pm*
• Partick, Mansfield Park: Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of month, 10am – 2pm.
* New Year New Location for Queen’s Park Farmers Market. Starting on Saturday 7th February this market will be located at the corner of Pollokshaws Rd and Langside Avenue. (Langside Hall)
Cost of stall hire
Standard stall provided and erected, £50.00
Trader registration scheme
A trader registration scheme operates for those wishing to trade at farmers markets. Registration requirements comprise of a utility bill, photographic id and public liability insurance minimum indemnity £5million.
For traders wishing to sell food products they need the same as above plus food hygiene certificate and certificate of compliance from local environmental health officer (EHO).
For more information on selling at or attending our farmers market, please contact us:
City Property Markets
130 Blochairn Road
0141 287 2500