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South Central Makers

Makers Market

Various Sundays throughoutRomsey, SO51 8YZ

Romsey Makers Market is a weekly local artisan market in Romsey Town Centre in near Southampton - held on the marketplace Piazza and in The Cornmarket area. An outdoor, vibrant market often with buskers joining in.


Romsey, UK
SO51 8YZ
Various Sundays throughout
10:00am - 3:00pm
Next Markets
, 7th Jul 2024 , 28th Jul 2024 , 15th Sep 2024 , 22nd Sep 2024 , 6th Oct 2024 , 20th Oct 2024 , 27th Oct 2024
South Central Makers
Romsey is completely accessible, all carparks are on flat ground. The market is all within the town centre which is all flat and open plan.
Plenty of parking spaces around the town which is free parking on Sundays - all car parks with the exception of Aldi are free on Sundays too. Romsey has many car parks all within easy walking distance of the town centre
Wheelchair Accessible All Outdoor Dog Friendly Free Entry
Markets in
Hampshire , South Coast , South East

Romsey Makers Market welcomes up to 23 stalls for artisan makers, bakers, artists, crafters and homemade produce as well as homegrown.

Romsey Makers Market is a town centre market taking place over two areas, mingling with all the shops and coffee shops on a Sunday most weeks (exceptions for holidays, and other events taking place instead).

The Makers Market is a well established and popular market where shoppers love to come and browse and chat at their leisure. Often there is also live music which brings a vibrant and bustling atmosphere.

Romsey itself is a pretty, historic market town in the county of Hampshire. Romsey was home to the 17th-century philosopher and economist William Petty and the 19th-century British prime minister, Lord Palmerston, so has a rich history waiting for you to discover.

Contact South Central Makers

Our stallholders at previous markets

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