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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.

  • Portobello and Golborne Road Market

  • Monday through to Saturday (street market) [24 May 2017]
  • London
  • Event Type: General Markets
  • Welcome to Portobello Road, the world’s largest antiques market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible. Visitors flock from all over the world to discover one of London’s best loved landmarks which contains the most extensive selection of antiques in Britain

    Portobello is really several markets in one, Saturday being the day when all are in full swing. Then you can experience a mile of hustle, haggle, colour and energy. The feature of Saturdays is the opening of hundreds of antique and specialist shops and stalls. There are some talented and bizarre street performers to be spotted too.

    The Council manages two adjacent markets: Portobello Road market is one of the most famous markets in the world, and is renowned for its antiques (particularly on Saturdays) and vintage fashion (particularly on Fridays). Golborne Road market features street food stalls during the week and has busy second hand and bric-a-brac sections at the weekend.

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  • The Best of British Fayre

  • Touring britain in 2017 dates and location will be posted when we are ready [24 May 2017]
  • London
  • Event Type: Themed Markets
  • The Best of British Fair will be touring the UK starting in march 2017. presented by the established speciality markets organiser Savoir Fayre Ltd. This fair is set to showcase what small independent businesses at their very best. You can expect great personal service, excellent products, produces, skills and craftsmanship. It is the best opportunity to discover or rediscover hand made garments, individually crafted jewelry, the art of the glass maker, long lasting and comfortable shoes, world class sparkling wine, English organically produce buffalo mozzarella, tasty heritage tomatoes, pink garlic, smoked salmon, amazing curry sauce, unusual pickles, incredibly rich cheeses, the best street food around, all produced and crafted in Great Britain. This is just to give you an idea of the range of product and skill you will find on display. At last, a place for small independent businesses to be able to demonstrate that true quality is not just about branding and marketing, but the dedication to excel, to have passion and skill, and the desire to share a life of commitment by providing proudly the consumer with the result. To apply as trader and view trading terms and conditions click on "contact operator" and follow the procedure.find out more
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  • Blandford Forum Indoor Market

  • Every Thursday [25 May 2017]
  • Blandford forum
  • Event Type: Craft / Antique Events
  • Antiques Crafts And Cafe in The Corn Exchange in the beautiful Dorset town of Blandford Forumfind out more
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  • Shambles Market

  • Every Thursday & Saturday [25 May 2017]
  • Blandford forum
  • Event Type: General Markets
  • The Shambles Market held every Thursday & Saturday in the Shambles in front of the Corn Exchange in the Beautiful Dorset town of Blandford Forumfind out more
  • Highgate Village Market

  • Every Saturday [27 May 2017]
  • London
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • A fantastic weekly food market in the heart of Highgate Village N6, featuring 25 + stalls each week selling fresh and raw produce, Artisan goods and fantastic street food. Come and enjoy live music a hot coffee and every Saturday.find out more
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  • Flavours of the World at Ely Markets

  • 27th - 29th May 2017
  • Ely
  • Event Type: Continental Markets
  • There is a historical significance to the marketplace. Before the supermarkets, before the internet; the marketplace was where traders would introduce their world to the world.

    Traders, who had sailed the seas, discovering lands and cultures, would gather the culinary and material treasures they harboured and bring them to market to showcase to their native countrymen. The market was a place of cultural learning and discovery.

    Savoir Fayre continues this tradition, selectively inviting traders who exhibit the range of wears, cultural and historic knowledge and authenticity that they hold precious to the market as a cultural institution.

    ‘Flavours of the World’ is a market crafted to stir the senses. Among the atmosphere, accents and aromas you will discover Italian sweets and biscuits from the home of the lightest nougats; cheese that characterises the cultural and culinary identity its hometown; along with cured meats, fuet and saucisson from every corner of France and beyond its borders; and stalls offering ranges of coffee and mustards, the breadth of which boggles the mind, but brought by traders with the knowledge and passion to enlighten you of the subtleties between them.

    Beyond those stalls that tempt the taste buds, the market brings traders arriving to showcase the beauty of craft that exists beyond our shores. From bowls and ornaments, carved from Moroccan marble and Baltic amber, set into handcrafted jewellery; to finely woven Italian clothing, rugs and throws and over 60 scents of soap, forged from olive oil and enriched with argon oils from Alep to Marseille.

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  • Lavenham Farmers' Market

  • Every fourth Sunday of the month [28 May 2017]
  • Lavenham
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Lavenham Farmers Market is officially the best market in Suffolk. This fantastic Farmers’ Market is held on the fourth Sunday of every month in Lavenham Village Hall and boasts over 30 of the highest quality, small scale producers in Suffolk. Stalls include Suffolk pork, beef, lamb and venison, locally grown vegetables, home baked cakes, pies, puddings and bread, homemade macaroons, Suffolk honey, pates, terrines, jams, chutneys and preserves with everything sold by the producer.

    The fantastic kid friendly Farmers’ Cafe serves freshly baked quiche and cakes, Farmers’ Breakfasts & good quality coffee using local products direct from the market traders.
    Winner of Best Market in Suffolk at the BBC Radio 4 Food & Farming Awards 
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  • Saffron Walden French Market

  • 2nd - 4th Jun 2017
  • Saffron walden
  • Event Type: Continental Markets
  • The Fabulous Market returns to Saffron Walden for their annual visit, for the celebration of its 10th anniversary. 

    The ever popular French market and Friends organised by Savoir Fayre Ltd will be accompanied by stalls from around the world, with the possibility of other additions to the event. 

    Traders and puntersare all looking forward for the annual visit of the market in Saffron Walden at the beginning of June. The regulars will be delighted by this year's selection of stalls as the quality of the product on offer has increased again. 

    The new delicatessen stall with its range of artisanal “terrines” and “pates” will delight the connoisseurs' palate.
    If you never attended this market before it is the perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the finest authentic French and continental goods on your doorstep. Just head down to The Common, Saffron Walden to sample a range of food and craft from around the world.

    We expect well over 30 stalls for this year's event. The market will be packed to bursting with tempting produce, as well as a variety of interesting craft and fashion goods. Visitors will be able to sample and purchase a range of mouth-watering delicacies including delicious cheeses, pastries, cakes, condiments and mouth-watering charcuterie, as well as Spanish paella and couscous and Italian confectionery. The smells of freshly baked bread, croissants, pain au chocolat, baklava and tempting cakes and gateaux will be hard for anyone to resist! 

    You’ll find what sets this market apart from others is the quality and authenticity of the produce and the enthusiasm and genuine Gallic and continental charm of the stallholders.
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  • Calne Springs Craft & Produce Market

  • Second Saturday of every month from Feb-Dec [10 Jun 2017]
  • Calne
  • Event Type: Craft Markets
  • Calne Springs CIC popular monthly Craft and Produce market is held on the second Saturday of each month, in the heart of Calne Town Centre. Our new bright red gazebos, available for hire at a reasonable cost as part of your pitch, bring colour to the town centre and attract interest from the passing shoppers.

    We have a good mix of friendly stallholders selling a variety of wares and we seek to extend our offering of hand-made, hand-crafted and hand grown goods to the public to further increase footfall in the town centre. Our trading hours are 8.00 – 2.30, with set up from 7.30. Do come and join us!
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  • Dorking's Farmer's Market

  • Every 2nd Saturday of the month [10 Jun 2017]
  • Dorking
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • Every 2nd Saturday of the month, St Martin's Walk hosts the Dorking Farmer's Market with local stallholder selling local produce including Chalk Hills Bakery, Jen's cupcakes, Tillingbourne Trout, to name just a few. find out more
  • Bury Farmers' Market

  • Every Second Sunday [11 Jun 2017]
  • Bury st edmunds
  • Event Type: Farmer's Markets
  • New in 2017, Bury farmers' market showcases a line-up of the area’s finest producers, delighting shoppers with their top quality local produce. Regular traders include award-winning Wooster’s Bakery and their brand new ‘Bury Loaf’ especially created for the farmers’ market; The Beehouse Honey Company with their Bury St Edmunds honey as well as The New England Boar Company, Truly Traceable Pies, Casey’s cakes and stalls selling traditional English puddings, Suffolk pork and gluten free products from Madame Sunshine.  

    Everything that is sold will have been produced by the person selling at the market giving the customer the opportunity to meet the producer face to face, with the vast majority based within a 30 mile radius of the town. Nothing will have travelled further than 50 miles so it really is buying local at its best!
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  • Shrewsbury French Market

  • 16th - 17th Jun 2017
  • Shrewsbury
  • Event Type: French Markets
  • Flavor of the wolrd market is comming to shrewsbury  Shrewsbury thweekend when Europan and other world 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 16th and Sat 17th 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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  • oxjam's party in the park

  • 17th Jun 2017
  • Torquay
  • Event Type: Charity and Community Events
  • We are looking for traders for a charity event.
    the event features live music across 2 stages, free family friends workshops and activities.
    we also have a large traders area, we are looking for traders selling, clothing, crafts, ethical goods, sweet treats, cosmetics, musical instruments, toys etc

    we also have a few charity pitches available 

    if you want more info please contact me djcain70@msn.com
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  • Faringdon Saturday Markets

  • The third Saturday of every month [17 Jun 2017]
  • Faringdon
  • Event Type: Charity and Community Events
  • Faringdon is a historic market town on the gateway to the Cotswolds. Our Saturday Markets celebrate the town's rich history as the community comes together with local traders selling quality produce and gifts.The markets are themed throughout the year and some are unique to the town with its celebration of Blackbird Day, and Berners' Birthday, among other seasonal events. For further information contact townteam@faringdontowncouncil.gov.uk or phone 07713 276459find out more
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  • Fairford Flavour of the world market

  • 18th Jun 2017
  • Fairford
  • Event Type: Continental Markets
  • There is a historical significance to the marketplace. Before the supermarkets, before the internet; the marketplace was where traders would introduce their world to the world.

    Traders, who had sailed the seas, discovering lands and cultures, would gather the culinary and material treasures they harboured and bring them to market to showcase to their native countrymen. The market was a place of cultural learning and discovery.

    Savoir Fayre continues this tradition, selectively inviting traders who exhibit the range of wears, cultural and historic knowledge and authenticity that they hold precious to the market as a cultural institution.

    ‘Flavours of the World’ is a market crafted to stir the senses. Among the atmosphere, accents and aromas you will discover Italian sweets and biscuits from the home of the lightest nougats; cheese that characterises the cultural and culinary identity its hometown; along with cured meats, fuet and saucisson from every corner of France and beyond its borders; and stalls offering ranges of coffee and mustards, the breadth of which boggles the mind, but brought by traders with the knowledge and passion to enlighten you of the subtleties between them.

    Beyond those stalls that tempt the taste buds, the market brings traders arriving to showcase the beauty of craft that exists beyond our shores. From bowls and ornaments, carved from Moroccan marble and Baltic amber, set into handcrafted jewellery; to finely woven Italian clothing, rugs and throws and over 60 scents of soap, forged from olive oil and enriched with argon oils from Alep to Marseille.

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  • Uxbridge flavours of the world market

  • 6th - 8th Jul 2017
  • Uxbridge
  • Event Type: Themed Markets
  • Uxbridge will be hosting its first "Flavor of the World" market organised by Savoir Fayre. The market is set to replace the long standing and popular French Market and Friends. Visitor can still enjoy the attendance of the most popular French stall: cheese, baker, delicatessen etc.. which are accompanied by a fantastic selection of stalls selling produce from around the world. To access the full list of trader attending the market, visit this page few day prior the event.find out more
  • East Preston Christmas Celebrations

  • 25th Nov 2017
  • East preston
  • Event Type: Christmas Events
  • This is a day to celebrate Christmas. Starting at noon with local businesses getting together to promote what they do, stalls inside the Village Hall and entertainment in the Conservative Hall. We have a funfair, stalls outside and activities on the Village Green. Fun for children includes visiting Father Christmas, face painting and lantern making. Cafes and bars will be open offering sumptuous delights all day and some into the evening. We aim to have a procession around 4.45pm with children and Father Christmas taking the lanterns from the north end of the village to the south. There will be carol singing by the Village Green and a finale firework display. Hope to see you there.
    Organised by East Preston Parish Council & supported by local businesses and villagers
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  • Deepdale Christmas Market

  • 1st - 3rd Dec 2017
  • Burnham deepdale
  • Event Type: Craft Markets
  • The 9th annual Deepdale Christmas Market takes place on Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd December in the ever lovely village Burnham Deepdale.  Visitors to the market can enjoy ‘Not on the high street’ presents, decorations, food and drink in three large marquees around the Dalegate Market site, and amongst the pews in St Mary's Church.

    There can’t be a better reason to visit the North Norfolk Coast in the Winter, when over 120 local artisans and producers gather for one of East Anglia’s best seasonal markets.
    Look out for tasty treats, wreaths, cheese, penguin pictures, soaps, homewares, biscuits, chutneys, jewellery, accessories, toys, books, salamis, tea, beer, cordials, glass, bags, photographs ...

    Something for every budget, every present list, and every taste. This year there will be lots more food.  Deepdale Cafe, pizzas, pies, crepes, duck wraps, mulled wine, hot chocolate, burgers, real ales, sloe gin, Christmas punch, brownies ...

    You definitely won’t go hungry or thirsty, plenty of places to refuel to continue with the Christmas shopping.

    FREE Entry
    FREE Car Parking
    (in the farm yard & a stubble field)


    As always, entrance is FREE to the event, so no emptying your pockets before the shopping begins.  And as usual, there is FREE car parking in the farm yard of Deepdale Farm and in a grass field on Dalegate Lane. The Coasthopper bus also drops off right outside the door.

    Deepdale Christmas Market is open from 10am to 5pm on Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd.
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    We hope you'll join us at Deepdale Christmas Market for Christmas presents, decorations, plenty of festive cheer, tasty food & drink, and there will be entertainment throughout the weekend!
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