Saturday 22nd June 11am – 6pm Corn Street and the old city
See the historic centre of Bristol transformed on Saturday 22nd June by over 200 stalls for Bristol’s biggest ever market day. Food direct from producers, local artisan products, crafts, vintage and ethical with buskers and entertainment, this vibrant, bustling, open air event has it all.
Discover over 200 exciting stalls selling everything from locally made artisan produce to vintage curios, arts and crafts, Fair Trade products Read more [...]
The StrEAT Food Collective will be hosting a series of three street food night markets on Corn Street in the Old City area starting on Wednesday 1st May between 5pm and 9pm.
StrEAT is a global street food collective serving food from all over the world. Hot and delicious dishes from countries like Vietnam, India, France and Peru as well as pizza and gourmet burgers will be served. Local residents and workers, students and tourists will be gathering together to enjoy music and food in an upbeat Read more [...]
CHRISTMAS STEPS ARTS QUARTER
Easter Artisan Market
Saturday 30th March
11am - 4pm
On Saturday 30th March, from 11am – 4pm, the beautiful and intriguing Christmas Steps Arts Quarter, in keeping with its reputation for independent artisan traders, is hosting it’s Easter Artisan Market on the unique Christmas Steps.
Come along for a lovely afternoon and experience the wonderful teetering charm of the artisans’ stalls cascading down the Steps, showcasing the high standard of beautiful Read more [...]
The Bristol Shop aims to be the one stop shop for people who want to buy products that are designed or made in the city, or just have that special Bristol flavour.
You love Bristol, we love Bristol...and the city is absolutely chock full of wonderful things made by lovely people. So if you are wondering where to go to find the ideal Bristol gift, or a little something for the Bristol person in your life, we'd like to introduce The Bristol Shop!
The Bristol Shop is the city's first ecommerce Read more [...]
The Community Farm in Chew Magna, Bristol, invites you to join the challenge to find out whether you can live ‘supermarket free’ for a whole year!
The challenge launches alongside a new ‘groceries to you’ service which expands our delivery of popular vegetable boxes to a varied list of everyday essentials and store cupboard staples such as tinned tomatoes, pasta and oats. The aim is to discover how easy it is to buy your food locally without having to go to a supermarket.
Is it possible? Read more [...]
On Saturday 9th February, from 11am – 4pm, the beautiful and intriguing Christmas Steps Arts Quarter, in keeping with its reputation for independent artisan traders, is hosting a romantically tinged Heart-isan Market on the unique Christmas Steps themselves.
Come along for a lovely afternoon and experience the wonderful teetering charm of the artisans’ stalls cascading down the Steps, showcasing the high standard of beautiful crafts and wares – everything from cakes and preserves, to taxidermy, Read more [...]
Want to find out more about the Bristol Pound? Ashley Vale Action Group welcomes you to an evening with the Bristol Pound team at Wildgoose Space, 228 Mina Road, St Werburghs - in the heart of Bristol's award winning self build community, The Yard.
The Bristol Pound was launched in September 2012 and has attracted phenomenal attention. There are now substantial funds in circulation across the city, and hundreds of businesses have opened accounts, yet this is Read more [...]
Over 50 independent shops over until 8 pm on 13th and 20th December for late nite Christmas shopping!
Free mulled wine and mince pies, roasted chestnuts, carol singing, wine tasting, oysters, and much more…
Bristol’s independent makers and producers of sustainably sourced crafts and gifts are busy working towards Create’s fabulous Festive Fair. Presented once more by Love Local Events the Fair will also be open on Sunday this year with new eco-gift ranges, beautifully designed items and tasty organic treats. Dates for your diary are:
Friday 30 November, 4 - 9
Saturday 1 December, 11 -5
Sunday 2 December, 11 - 4
Last few stallholder spots available.
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From the Bristol City Council Press Office:
Mayor of Bristol George Ferguson has given the green light for St Nicholas Market stallholders to pay their pitch fees in Bristol Pounds.
This follows the Mayor’s announcement that he would receive his salary in the popular local currency.
By Christmas market stallholders will be able to pay the city council for their pitches in Bristol Pound notes or online payments.
George Ferguson said: “I am a big supporter of the Bristol Pound and am Read more [...]