Worksop Market - Market

Worksop Market has a long history dating back to 1296 when King Edward I gave a charter for a market for the Feast of St Cuthbert.

Open air retail markets are held on Wednesday (Charter Market), Friday and Saturday of each week.

Regular stall holders include fishmongers, fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, bread and cakes, and free range eggs which are just some of the produce available. In addition, regular stall holders include retailers of soft furnishings, clothes, jewellery, and shoes to name a few. Something for everyone.

Stalls and canopies are provided by the Council.

Worksop market is always on the lookout for new traders, do you sell something different, something new, something retro? If it’s yes then book a stall.

Support your Market! Shop Worksop!

 

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Worksop Market has a long history dating back to 1296 when King Edward I gave a charter for a market for the Feast of St Cuthbert.

Open air retail markets are held on Wednesday (Charter Market), Friday and Saturday of each week.

Regular stall holders include fishmongers, fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, bread and cakes, and free range eggs which are just some of the produce available. In addition, regular stall holders include retailers of soft furnishings, clothes, jewellery, and shoes to name a few. Something for everyone.

Stalls and canopies are provided by the Council.

Worksop market is always on the lookout for new traders, do you sell something different, something new, something retro? If it’s yes then book a stall.

Support your Market! Shop Worksop!


Last Updated on Wednesday, August 08, 2018