The Suffolks’ Sunday Markets

There are now regular markets in The Suffolks, with buskers, street food and over 60 stalls with goods ranging from arts and crafts, vintage clothes and accessories and food.

If you’ve ever been to one of the fantastically-popular Street Fairs in the Suffolks you’ll know what great events they are.   Whether it’s the May Bank Holiday extravaganza or the Christmas Market, there’s always a cracking atmosphere and loads to do.

The Suffolks’ Sunday Markets will spread from Montpellier Terrace – along Suffolk Parade to Suffolk Road – then into Great Norwood Street to the junction of Gratton Street.

View info on the latest Market here

2017 Market Dates

Sunday Markets : 30th April, 30th July, 27th August & 29th October (11am to 4pm)

May Street Fair : MONDAY 29th May  (10am to 5pm)

Christmas Fair : SUNDAY 3rd December (11am to 5pm)

Carols & LATE Night Shopping : WEDNESDAY 6th December (6pm to 8pm)

Events in The Suffolks raise money for charity and for community projects.

Stallholder information (2016)

£40 – covered market stall
£30 – for a space only (bring your own gazebo and table).

‘Toe in the Water’ pitches: 5ft space – bring a card table, suitcase, pram, wheel barrow. (One pitch only)
25 years old & under : £10
Over 25 yrs old : £15

‘Toe in the Water’ Pitches are perfect for someone who has just started designing and making their own product and wants to give it a go, things like t-shirts, jam, jewellery, knitted toys or extras from the allotment.

Street Food Stalls are £75 for a provided stall or £60 for space only.

 

For more information about The Suffolk Traders visit their website.

 

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