Quality Local Produce
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A market has been on this site for over 700 years. The glass and iron market hall opened in 1861.
The ideal opportunity for you to find something perfect to complement your home, collection or wardrobe.
Greater Manchester has many farmers markets selling food grown, reared and produced throughout the region. Have a look at our list to find out what's on.
The MyArtisanMarkets website is a one-stop platform to search & view the local specialist markets & their traders.
The artisan markets are fabulous ‘must visit’ events that occur in various locations throughout the month & with the occasional...
The Spinningfields Makers Market will be taking place on the 3rd weekend of every month.
This Christmas farmers market offers great locally produced food and drink, and arts and crafts.
The Plant Fair is a fund-raising event for special projects at the hall and has proved hugely popular in the past, rapidly gaining a reputation as the best specialist plant fair in the area.
The Makers Market is in Chorlton every third Saturday of the month.
Bolton’s main market is located on Ashburner Street, right in the heart of the town centre. Offering over 300 stalls across an indoor and outdoor location with 17,000 sq ft of fresh food from exotic fruit and veg to local sourced products.
Manchester Day is back for 2017 with a theme based around the magic of science.
Festejar in Manchester's very own Spanish festival in the heart of the city centre. Featuring an array of activity in Albert Square including Spanish dancing lessons, live bands, and food and drink, Festejar transforms the area in a Spanish Oasis.
Go market mad and enjoy the buzz and atmosphere alongside a whole range of delectable treats. With a wide choice of markets on offer you can be sure that you won't go home empty handed.
Castlefield Events creates a variety of local events including a monthly artisan food, craft & art market in the heart of Manchester.
General indoor market selling traditional produce in pleasant environment.
A small farm shop where you can buy fruit and vegetables including potatoes, and eggs produced on the farm. Cattery and Kennels cared for by a veterinary nurse.
Markets and Shopping Centre
One of the oldest and largest markets in the region. Ashton Market Fascinates visitors from near and far.
Tommyfield Markets, right in the heart of Oldham.
Established in 1290 Altrincham Market offers a wide range of merchandise. Full market every Tuesday and Saturday, half market on Friday. Thursday's brick-a-brack. Farmers Market 1st Friday of the month.
R Noone & Son Ltd is a well organised and professional supplier of quality fresh produce to the catering industry and they are based in Smithfield Market.