Tuesday 05 Dec 2023
[@]Manchester Markets Weekly and Monthly
Manchester Christmas markets
When: 11th Nov - 22nd Dec '23
The award-winning Arndale Market is famous for its tasty high-quality street food outlets. Just take your pick and grab a seat! From mouth-watering chicken combos to Thai cuisine, Turkish sweets and British favourites, youull beat hunger in a heartbeat
Bolton Artisan Market
Altringham Market features traditional favourites. Quality food traders from fresh fish to fruit & veg, from regional cheese to prime meat cuts, from crafters to jewellers, from makers to vintage retailers and beyond. Weekend markets showcase the talent, skill, passion and creativity of the finest traders in the North West and some amazing food
Visitors will find an exciting range of high quality and locally sourced food, drink and crafts from specialist producers and suppliers. There is free parking on site as well as a gift shop and self-service cafu. The market is held under cover in bad weather
Castlefield Artisan Market
Buryus World Famous Market is a multi award winning market and was voted Best Market Attraction in 2015. Itus one of the most popular shopping destinations in the north of England attracting thousands of visitors each week with over 370 stalls drawing in the crowds. Market Hall: Monday-Saturday Fish & Meat: Monday-Saturday (closed Tuesday PM) Open Market: Wednesday-Saturday
Heaton Moor Producers &Art Market
Castlefield Events creates a variety of local events including a monthly artisan food, craft & art market in the heart of Manchester. We are committed to bringing together some of the region's highly acclaimed artisan food producers, as well as creating interesting antique, craft and vintage markets
The Heaton Moor Market returns in 2016 with an addition of a new Art Market. It focuses on bringing local, independent producers' and artists together offering a wide range of products, including fresh produce, gift items and crafts. Producersu Market: 1st Saturday monthly - Art Market: 2nd Saturday monthly
Piccadilly Gardens Street Food Market
Since its March 2013 launch Levenshumle Markets delivers a diverse range of high quality traders and at every market you can expect an ever changing roster of 50 artisan traders selling produce, street food, plants, gifts, vintage clothing and homeware. 2016 will see the additional dates in the University of Manchester Campus. Check website for full details.
When: Weekly - Thurs - Sun From 11am
Address: Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester City Centre
Website: More information...
Platt Fields Market Garden
Platt Fields Market Garden is a community market garden and part of the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) network. We sell produce, supply local restaurants and develop our own fruit, herb and vegetable based products
When: Saturdays Until 31st Oct '23
Address: Platt Fields Park, Platt Lane, Manchester M14 5NF
Website: More information...
The Arndale Market
The Street Food Market features over 15 stall selling delicious food from around the globe. With dishes ranging from Middle Eastern wraps, dim sum and to chow mien noodles to Italian pasta, ostrich burgers and African cuisine. The Street Crafts Market which sells a variety of beautifully crafted items, from jewellery to homewares is open on Fridays and Saturdays. Street Food Market: Thursday -Saturday - Street Crafts: Friday & Saturday
The Clog Market
Featuring vintage, vintage industrial, collectables, curios, clothing, vinyls and homewares plus boutique clothing and accessories, gifts speciality food stalls, patisserie, vegan skincare, artisan jewellery and tasty streetfood.
The Makers Market
The monthly Makers Market brings together the finest and often award-winning food, drink, art & crafts producers in the area. The market is well known for presenting the very best of seasonal local farm produce, artisan breads, delicatessen and hand crafted cheeses, produced and sourced by people who are passionate about what they do. Check the website for full details. Cheadle: 1st Saturday Knutsford: 1st Sunday Northern Quarter: 2nd Sunday Spinningfields: 3rd Saturday & Sunday Didsbury: La
The Treacle Market
The market started in 2010 and each month sees the handsome cobbled Marketplace, Old Butter Market, St Michael's churchyard and surrounding streets throng with visitors and over 150 stalls of unique crafts, exceptional lovingly produced food, drink and several vintage finds. When the sun shines, why not grab a rug and picnic on the church lawns'
The Wilmslow Artisan Market
The market consists of over 120 of the very finest artisan market traders and is the flagship of The Market Cous events. In its alleyways you will find high-quality range of authentic goods with an emphasis on all that is local, ethical and original from traders who are all super-talented
Urmston Artisan Market
Whether it is something for dinner, a gift for a friend, a treat for someone special or simply stocking up on essentials that you canut get elsewhere u Urmston Artisan Market is the place to visit
Vintage Village Market, Stockport
Held in Stockportsu 'Glass Umbrella' and aims to deliver things might be rare or unique, beautiful, special, amusing, useful, bizarre or remarkable in some way. They are all intensely covetable - in the Markets considered opinion - and most of them are cracking bargains too. And once you are done browsing you can sample the great food and drink offerings
Worker Bee Markets
Just take your pick and grab a seat! From mouth-watering chicken combos to Thai cuisine, Turkish sweets and British favourites, youull beat hunger in a heartbeat. Prefer to whip up a storm at home" Thereus plenty of fresh grub to pick up as well u visit the butchers, fishmongers, and fruit and veg sellers
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