A FARMERS' market in Pembrokeshire has been rated one of the forty best farmers' markets in the UK.

In a list run by the The i newspaper, Haverfordwest Farmers' market was one of four farmers' markets selected in the Wales region to make the list.

i News described the list as the, "40 best UK farmers’ markets, from local delicacies in Malton to organic produce in Coleraine, sampling the freshest produce and shopping for seasonal goods."

Haverfordwest's farmers' market made the Wales category along with Cowbridge Farmers’ Market, Vale of Glamorgan; Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market, Aberystwyth; and Brecon Farmers’ Market, Brecon Beacons.

Describing the market i News wrote: "Pembrokeshire’s busiest food, produce and craft market is full of produce, from freshly caught fish and shellfish, to cakes, cheeses, preserves, meats, honey, bread and plants."

Categories were split into North East, North West, Midlands, Wales, South East, London, South West, Scotland and Northern Ireland with Haverfordwest's market rated amongst the likes of Edinburgh Farmers’ Market, Blackheath and Ripley's.

Recently councillors called for residents and visitors to support their local farmers' market which they described as a 'valued part of the Pembrokeshire economy'.

Haverfordwest Farmers' market runs every Friday, 9am-2pm at Haverfordwest's Castle Square.

Find out further details about the market here.

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