Your online farmers' market

​Local, Ethical, Affordable & Friendly

Welcome to Tamar Valley Food Hubs, an online farmers' market bringing together the best of local and seasonal produce in one place.

Place your order between 6pm on Friday and 9.30am on Wednesday for delivery on Friday afternoon to your home, workplace or to one of our free collection points in the Tamar Valley and Plymouth.

 Available This Week 

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Broad Beans


The first broad beans of the year have arrived! Grown naturally in Callington, we have just a few bags available this week.

Giant Spring Onions



We're super chuffed to welcome Mighty Harvest to the Hubs! New farmers and tenants at Tamar Grow Local's farmstart in Metherell, they've kicked off their range with spring onions and spicy salad bags!




Hoe Made Acre now have delicious, sweet and peppery radishes, grown using organic, chemical-free growing principles.

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Fresh, Local & Seasonal

We offer a wide range of locally grown and made produce alongside fairtrade and organic store cupboard supplies and dried goods.

Convenient Weekly Deliveries

We deliver each Friday to homes, workplaces and collection points throughout the Tamar Valley and Plymouth. There's no minimum order and home delivery starts from just £1.50.

12 - 2pm

Collection Points:

Bere Alston Post Office

2.30 - 2.45pm

Mole Valley Farmers (outside), Tavistock

3 - 4pm

Derriford Centre for Health & Wellbeing

3 - 3.45pm

The Count House, Weir Quay

3.30 - 3.45pm

Drake's Kitchen, Plymouth University

5 - 5.30pm

Tamar Valley Food Hubs, Kelly Bray

5.10 - 5.20pm

Calstock Village Hall


Calstock Railway Station


Gunnislake Railway Station

Map of Parish Deliveries

1.30 - 1.45pm

Tamar Valley Centre, Drakewalls

Supporting Local Producers

Our producers set their own prices for their produce and receive 85p of every pound, so by shopping with us you are directly supporting these independent growers, local businesses and community projects.

Tamar Valley growers
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