Shopping in Sherborne

The main shopping area in Sherborne is centred around Cheap Street. This traditional high street is packed with boutiques, art galleries, delis and antique shops.

In between the shops, you’ll find charming street side cafes, many with outside seating to watch the world go by and admire the town’s beautiful architecture.

Boutiques

With a wide range of individually-owned shop and boutiques, Sherborne is a great town to find a unique gift, inspiration for the home and exclusive fashion.

Along with the independent shops are well-known brands such as Quba, Crew Clothing, White Stuff, Phase Eight, Face Fat and Mistral.

Art and antiques

Sherborne is a real treasure trove for antiques lovers – rare books, collectables and even its own auction house are found alongside historic buildings and quaint cottages. It’s the perfect escape to the country for a few days of antiquing.  

The auctioneers holds a monthly auction of collectors’ items and antiques, including furniture, ceramics and glass.

There is also a Pannier Market on Cheap Street on Thursdays and Saturdays, plus a Vintage Market held on the last Saturday of every month at Digby Memorial Church Hall.

Food & Drink

You’re not short of options to buy some local produce during your stay in Dorset. Choose from butchers, bakers, delicatessens and market stalls.

Selling the freshest and tastiest produce around, you’ll be able to pick up some delicious food and drink to enjoy on the go, to cook later or take back home as a reminder of your holiday.

Markets

Turn up to Sherborne on a Thursday and Saturday and there will be lots of tempting fare on offer at Cheap Street’s Pannier Market where you can hunt for a bargain or two. Shop for food and drink, plants, vintage and second hand items.

Also on Cheap Street on the third Friday of every month there is a Dorset Farmers’ Market and on the third Sunday of the month is The Sherborne Market.

There are 3 markets held at the Church Hall on Digby Road. You’ll find the Country Market on Thursday mornings between 9am and 11.30 am, a Book Fair on the third Saturday of the month and the Vintage Market on the last Saturday of every month.