Welcome to Silchester Village Market
First Saturday of the Month

See below for details

Great selection of local suppliers
at the
Market Cafe
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Welcome to Silchester Village Christmas Market

Friday 2nd December 4pm to 7pm at Silchester Village Hall

“It is a vital part of Silchester’s community, a great place to catch up with neighbours whilst doing your weekend shopping”

Silchester Village Christmas Market is an array of stalls selling everything from artisan bread and home-made bakery items, fresh meat and fish, seasonal produce and plants, locally produced preserves, handcrafted jewellery, marmalades, jellies and chutneys, local free range eggs, cheese and mustards, sweet treats to local crafts and of course our very own Silchester Apple Juice!

Once a month Silchester Village Hall becomes a bustling market, all independent traders. Most are food or drink related and attend regularly, whereas the arts and crafts stalls rotate month by month.

Next Market

After all that shopping, ensure you leave plenty of time for some well-earned refreshments in our new ‘Market Café’ Freshly cooked bacon or sausage rolls, home-made cake and biscuits, washed down with a great cup of tea or coffee, coffee supplied by The Coffee House’.

Silchester Village Market is organised and run by local volunteers for the community. We hope you enjoy visiting Silchester Village Market as much as we enjoy organising it. Looking forward to seeing you on:

Market Dates 2022

If you have a question about the market please have a look in our FAQ or contact us.  If you would like to apply for a stall you can do so here.

Help promote the market

The success of the market depends upon people attending the market to support stallholders and local charity or fundraisers. Please let your friends and neighbours know about the market, and follow us on Facebook. You can also keep up to date with what will be at the next market by signing up for our regular newsletter.

“My kids loved the colour me in cookies and the fact there were Fruit Shoots on sale!”