Regular fairs and markets
Don't miss the regular markets, fairs and events that take place in Lostwithiel. Check the What's On calendar to see up-coming events.
Lostwithiel Farmer's Market is the longest running traditional Produce Market in Cornwall. Selling seasonal produce, bread, meat, preserves, cakes, arts, crafts and other locally produced goods.
It takes place on the 4th Saturday of the month throughout the year at Lostwitwithiel scout hut.
The market operates from 10:00 to 13:00. Full and up-to-date details on the Lostwithiel Farmer's Market Facebook page
Usually to be found are cakes and bakes, vegetables, free range eggs, fresh meat, fresh fish, honey, apple juice, puddings, beers, flowers and crafts.
Saturday morning book sale & plant swap
A book sale is held in the church yard of St Bartholomew's Church every Saturday morning from 10am to 1pm between Easter and September. As well as a large range of books including children's books, novels and non-fiction in both paperback and hardback. All proceeds goes towards upkeep of this 12th century Church.
At the same time Transition Lostwithiel holds a Plant and Seed Swap (unless it's torrential). Come and swap your extra seedlings or cuttings, or pick up a plant or seeds for a donation.
Flea market/craft fair
A flea market/craft fair is held at the Community Centre on one Sunday a month.
You can find all kinds of bargains from books to china and tools, plus craft items such as handmade greetings cards.
Doors open 10am-2pm.
Lostwithiel has long been known as the antiques capital of Cornwall due to the number of antiques shops as well as regular auctions, antiques markets and fairs.
The Lostwithiel Antiques Fair established 1989 is Cornwall's longest running antiques fair, with stalls selling antiques, paintings, ephemera, postcards, stamps, jewellery, silver and collectables.
Antique Fairs are held on the 2nd Sunday of the month - look at the Community Centre calendar for details of the next Antiques Fair.
Antique & Collectors Market
The Lostwithiel Antiques and Collectors Market is held on the first Saturday of each month at the Scout Hall. Here you'll find silver, jewellery, vintage hats, books, glass, militaria, copper, kitchenalia, ceramics, toys, small items of furniture and much much more.
It's a small friendly market with easy parking and a level entrance that makes loading and unloading easy for both stall holders and customers alike.
Cornish Toy Fair
Toy fairs are held at the Community Centre.
The Cornish Toy Fairs are well established and have been running for 22 years.
Look at the Community Centre calendar for details of the next Toy Fair.