All the markets. All the stalls

Find out about exciting market events in your area!

Do you love a market? How about finding a new one on a day out or while you're on holiday? Markets are a great source of exciting ideas, local produce, street food and the quirky, as well as a place to spend time and get to know the stories behind the products, or find tonight's recipe.

  • Pop Up Shops

  • Organised by: Dalegate Market
  • Usually Thursday to Tuesday each week, with Pop Up Shops changing every week [01 May 2016]
  • Burnham deepdale
  • Event Type: Craft Markets
  • Dalegate Market welcomes local artisans and producers into the beach hut pop up shops each week. Change over day is usually Wednesday, with new pop up shops opening their doors on Thursdays through to the following Tuesday. Four different reasons each week to visit Dalegate Market. Full programme of which pop up shops are visiting us is online at: out more
  • Royton Market

  • Organised by: OMBC
  • Every Thursday [05 May 2016]
  • Oldham
  • Event Type: General Markets
  • Eastleigh Market

  • Organised by: Eastleigh Borough Council
  • Weekly [05 May 2016]
  • Eastleigh
  • Event Type: Miscellaneous
  • The Council has a dedicated Communications team that work hard to publicise the market in all of their extensive promotions campaigns, including the Borough News that reaches every household in the Borough, which is a population of 125k.find out more
  • Cirencester Charter Market

  • Organised by: Cirencester Town Council
  • Weekly Street Market occurring Every Friday [06 May 2016]
  • Cirencester
  • Event Type: General Markets
  • Cirencester's Friday Charter Market is one of the oldest charter markets in the country and was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086. Come enjoy, peruse and savour our weekly Charter Market which features a wonderful array of stalls which include local crafts, local produce, luxury items, quirky keepsakes and much more.find out more
  • Forest Row Village Market

  • Organised by: Forest Row Parish Council
  • 1st Saturday Monthly [07 May 2016]
  • Forest row
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Forest Row Village Market is one of the best food and local made crafts markets in Sussex. With over 40 stalls and music playing all day it is also a very social market with plenty of things to see and do. So come along and join in and have a great family day out.find out more
  • Aberystwyth Farmers' Market

  • Organised by: Ceredigion County Council
  • 1st and 3rd Saturday every month (3rd Sat only in January) [07 May 2016]
  • Aberystwyth
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market was launched in May 2000 and continues to be successful hosting up to 30 stalls every first and third Saturday in the month. Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market was voted Best Food Market in the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards 2014. It's the wonderful range and quality of our local producers that make it special.find out more
  • Chichester Garden Show

  • Organised by: Woodland Crafts Events Management
  • 13th - 15th May 2016
  • Chichester
  • Event Type: Flower Shows and Gardening Events
  • Our ever-popular Chichester Garden Show will be returning in May for our ninth year in Chichester City Centre. This three-day event transforms the main streets of Chichester into a floral fiesta with beautiful bursts of colour at every turn. Our visitors will have a fantastic chance to find anything and everything they want for the garden. We have a superb range of quality plants, pots, garden related gifts, furniture, equipment, recycled garden products and so much more. We stage our Garden Show in the heart of the busiest shopping area in Chichester. Our stands are in the pedestrianised areas of North Street and East Street, with the famous “Cross” as our central point. If you’re looking for that unusual plant or something to enhance your garden or conservatory, then why not come to Chichester Garden Show. Do you have a poorly plant? Come and talk to our specialist growers and exhibitors and see if they can get to the root of the problem! With all this as well as the fantastic selection of major stores and independent shops, cafés and restaurants in and around the city centre, a day in Chichester is something not to be missed. The Chichester Garden Show is organised and managed entirely by Woodland Crafts Events Management. We are grateful for the co-operation from the Chichester BID team and Chichester District Council.find out more
  • Wallington Farmers' Market

  • Organised by: EcoLocal
  • 2nd Saturday of Every Month [14 May 2016]
  • Wallington
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Wallington Farmers' market was established in 1999 and hosts around 26 local producer stalls every month. We offer a full range of fresh local produce, including free range meat and eggs, cheese, fruit and vegetables, baked goods and confectionery, fresh and smoked fish, jams and juices, local cosmetics, community and occasional craft stalls. find out more
  • Keynsham Farmers' Market

  • Organised by: Somerset Farmers Markets Ltd
  • Every 2nd Saturday of the month [14 May 2016]
  • Keynsham
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Located in the large town of Keynsham between Bristol and Bath, the market contains about 20 regular traders offering a wide range of local products. The market also offers space for local community groups and welcomes musicians, bands and performing arts group to entertain you as you browse and shop.find out more
  • Calne Springs Craft & Produce Market

  • Organised by: Calne Springs CIC (Town Team)
  • Second Saturday of every month from Feb-Dec [14 May 2016]
  • Calne
  • Event Type: Craft Markets
  • Calne Springs (Town Team) Craft & Producee market takes place on the Second Saturday of every month from February - December, with occasional additional markets to support other community events in Calne. Our normal position is in the New Market Place & Phelps Parade, which is on the main shoppers pedestrian route to Sainsburys.find out more
  • Frome Farmers' Markets

  • Organised by: Somerset Farmers Markets Ltd
  • Every 2nd Saturday of the month [14 May 2016]
  • Frome
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Frome Farmers' Market is a bustling large market held monthly in the historic Cheese & Grain Hall. There is a great range of all the products you would expect direct from local & South West farmers, growers, producers and makers.find out more
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  • Kirkcudbright Farmers & Producers Market

  • Organised by: Kirkcudbright Farmers & Producers market
  • 4th Sunday Every Month [28 May 2016]
  • Kirkcudbright
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Fantastic foods and crafts from South West Scotland. We have everything from cakes, bread, pies, savoury, to chillies, preserves, jewellery, charcuterie and much much more. We have a huge amount of AWARD WINNING stallholders, whose produce has won awards such as the Great Taste Awards etc. There's only one way to know how great our market is, thats to come along and find out for yourself!find out more
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  • Shrewsbury French Market

  • Organised by: SAVOIR-FAYRE LTD
  • 17th - 18th Jun 2016
  • Shrewsbury
  • Event Type: French Markets
  • Allo! Allo! The French are arriving in numbers in Shrewsbury this weekend when French and other European traders set up their stalls for the return of the Shrewsbury French Market in the town’s beautiful market square from 9am to 5pm on Fri 20th and Sat 15th June. Don’t miss this chance to sample a range of authentic, top quality French and continental food & drink! Returning for its second visit and organised by Savoir Fayre Ltd, Shrewsbury French Market will be packed to bursting with tempting continental delicacies, as well as exquisite fashion and decorative goods for the discerning buyer.find out more
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  • Organised by: Woodland Crafts Events Management
  • 29th - 30th Oct 2016
  • Lancing
  • Event Type: Craft / Antique Events
  • We are very pleased to be back again in 2016 for this our 20th year at this beautiful venue. We have two great craft shows for you, our first in April and the second in October. Lancing College is a fantastic setting to stage our delightful maker-only craft events. Visitors to these events will have the opportunity to discover the very best contemporary, unique and original hand-crafted products direct from the makers and designers. Here you can treat yourself with products not available on the high street. As you enter the first oak-panelled hall you’ll see a great selection of talented craftsmen and women showcasing their products. There’s everything from ceramics, fashion accessories, furniture, glasswork, jewellery and knitwear, through to metalwork, woodworking, lustreware, textiles, artwork, food, drink and so much more. You’ll enjoy watching our talented makers and artists demonstrating their skills and techniques. Interested in a bespoke design or want to personalise a gift? Our exhibitors are always happy to help! So whether you’re one of our many regular and valued customers or a new visitor, please come and see what we have for you this year. We’re sure you’ll enjoy the lovely things on show, perhaps stay for lunch or afternoon tea and enjoy the live demonstrations. Do make sure you have time to visit the beautiful and famous Lancing Chapel too! Our Craft shows at Lancing College are staged inside the beautiful and historic buildings so there’s no need to worry about the weather. The College is easily reached, just off the main A27, right opposite Shoreham Airport. This inspiring venue with it’s spectacular Chapel sits proudly on the hill, overlooking the sea, with beautiful views of the South Downs. Two fabulous events in a perfect setting!find out more
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