Wallingford Local Producers Market (WLPM) is held every Saturday morning from 10am to 1pm, except on the fifth Saturday of the month. From September to April the markets are usually held in St Mary’s Church, near the Town Hall in the middle of Wallingford. During the summer at least one WLPM market a month takes place in the Market Place. Check this page for current information.
WLPM is a non-profit social enterprise run entirely by volunteers. The Cheese Matters stall is managed by volunteers, and all profits from the stall help to pay our running costs. WLPM has no other permanent sources of funding.
Wallingford Local Producers Market principles
- To make available produce grown or produced within a 30 mile radius of Wallingford, sourcing ingredients, wherever possible from within that area.
- To promote the benefits of locally-produced food and other products thereby supporting a vibrant and dynamic local economy.
- To work with other organisations to help and support the local economy and other key aspects of the area.
Wallingford Local Producers Market was set up in September 2007 by Sustainable Wallingford community group with local food producers and growers. The aim is to provide everyone with access to the best available produce and crafts from around the local area.
Since 2007 the market has grown with more food and craft stalls. Several new businesses started with a stall at WLPM and are now successfully trading locally. This shows the value of the market to the local community.
- Description of the market
- WLPM Trading Policy
- General Information for Stallholders
- WLPM Constitution
Last updated Sept 2018