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Makers Markets near me

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Find local markets where you live.

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Makers Markets run all over the country, providing a great day out, a meeting place for your family and friends, and a way to discover fantastic local businesses and artisan products with a lower carbon footprint.

How can I find Makers Markets near me?

Pedddle is here to help you find Makers Markets in your local area.

We love finding markets across the UK for you to discover, and local Makers Markets are a great place to start.

Markets are all around us but finding them and not missing them can be tricky, as they are often on just once a month or even less!

Luckily, Pedddle is here to help. Our directory of markets and their makers has a useful search function, so you can search both by date and / or location, to find events and markets in your local area.

If we don’t have something this time, keep checking back as we are gaining new market organisers and stallholders all the time, in all areas of the UK.

Makers Markets near me

What’s in a name?

Not all markets are aptly named Makers Markets – look out for Artisan Markets, Farmer’s Markets or Crafts Markets too – some of the best markets we’ve visited have been called a name related to their location or type, but aren’t necessarily filled with just one type of product.

For example, Rode Hall Farmer’s Market also has brilliant craft, clothing and artwork sections, as well as the traditional ‘Farmer’s Market’ produce and food. Many craft markets also sell food and drink, and so on.

Another great example of this is Treacle Market in Macclesfield – they definitely don’t sell treacle! It is full to the brim with craft, food and vintage products, as well as some great gifts – it’s a truly lovely event to visit.

Here are some of our favourite Makers Markets:

The awesome FarGo Village hosts a selection of Makers Markets throughout the year, amongst their line-up of ever-incredible events.

South Coast Makers Markets – These are Bournemouth based and have a great set up within a few locations in the area. A true celebration of the coast, with a strong focus on sustainability too.

Fisherton Mill Makers Markets offer a wide range of handcrafted goods and unique, quirky products in a quaint setting.

The Makers Markets – These can be found across Manchester, Lancashire, Liverpool, Cheshire and Staffordshire – with new locations in the pipeline over the coming months. The Pedddle team recently visited Trentham Makers Market and it didn’t disappoint – click here to read all about our visit.

London-based Local Makers Markets are a treat to the creative senses. Gorgeous smells from many food traders, and many talented creative folk selling their wares.

A South London Makers Market in London’s Crystal Palace is another always-busy event, filled with fantastic makers from across London.

Paper Daisy Events host lovely events near Nottingham, arranging various Makers Markets throughout the year.

Mon Amie Makers Market – This is the most adorable little event in Kibworth, Leicestershire. Having visited ourselves, we know you wouldn’t be disappointed at this friendly market.

Sherwood Makers is a sweet event, with just 20 carefully selected makers from across Nottingham showcasing their wares.

The Makers Central hosts some great stallholders, and The Makers Market hosts events in Manchester.

Click here to find out more about markets that we love.

Remember – always check Pedddle to see what’s on, and get exploring your local area to see what’s out there!