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The Winter Garden Markets

Offering pre-paid veg box pickup,

fresh produce stall, market stalls, boozy hot chocolates, mulled wine

coffee and cake with seating in the beautiful gardens

Click here to find out more!

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Opening Times

Saturday & Sunday

12pm - 7pm

If you would like to volunteer with us please apply through our volunteering page

Platt Fields Market Garden is a community market garden and part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) network. As a CSA member we offer a Veg Box Subscription service as well as sell produce, supply local restaurants and develop our own fruit, herb and vegetable based products.

Everything we do revolves around food, community and wellbeing. On top of producing wonderful vegetables grown with organic techniques, we provide a space for a whole host of other activities and events throughout the year.

If you want to visit us but would like to find out a bit more before you come down then have a look at this welcome pack we've put together.

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Events

We run a diverse programme of events at PFMG, from horticultural workshops to garden take overs by local food producers to arts and community cohesion events. If you're interested in being part of an event or hosting your own on the garden, click here.

You can book tickets for or find out what events we have coming up at PFMG and all other MUD projects via our Events Page. We regularly update our social media accounts with upcoming events and workshops so please give us a follow!

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The Frog House is our workshop and events area at PFMG. It is available for use by the community and features a sheltered indoor workshop space with workbenches, an outdoor sheltered awning with tables and seating, an outdoor sink area and power. For enquiries about costs for The Frog House and for booking, click here.

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See how we've grown!