Bringing together Welsh produce
The Welsh Farmers Market at Aber Falls will open this Winter, hosting some of the best makers, bakers and traders that Wales has to offer! Our aim is to support the small but mighty businesses that we have in Wales all year round from the grounds of the distillery, but first, we’ll be opening the markets in the run up to the festive season!
If you are part of a Welsh business, and would like to apply to exhibit during November or December, please submit your application by applying to be a trader.Opening TimesApply as a Trader
The Welsh Aber Falls Farmers Market will run for five weekends over the festive season, beginning on the weekend of 19th November and finishing on the last weekend of 19th December.
There will be some special entertainment planned on the opening night of Friday 19th November, including a Christmas light switch on to mark the start of the festivities. On the final night of our Christmas markets, we’ll be joined by a Christmas choir and of course our local traders. Make sure to keep an eye on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to get updates on our exhibitors, entertainment, special guests, and giveaways!
Please note that onsite parking is very limited, so we would encourage visitors to use local taxis where possible – that way, you can enjoy a whisky too!
CANCELLED – Saturday 27th Nov
CANCELLED – Sunday 28th Nov
Saturday 4th Dec: 12pm – 6pm
Sunday 5th Dec: 11am – 5pm
Saturday 11th Dec: 12pm – 6pm
Sunday 12th Dec: 11am – 5pm
Friday 17th Dec: 3pm – 9pm
Saturday 18th Dec: 12pm – 8pm
Sunday 19th Dec: 11am – 5pm
Aber thrives off partnerships with welsh food and drink businesses all over Wales. Being a proud member of the food and drink cluster, the Aber Falls Visitor Centre will be a touchpoint for all Welsh businesses involved in the cluster group.
The Fine Food & Drink Wales Cluster is part of the Welsh Government Food Division’s Cluster network and aims to help Welsh food and drink producers to grow. It provides a platform for joint action and collaborations to identify and solve common problems. A key aim is to overcome barriers to business growth.