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 and much more. Enjoy our many themed areas – indulge in delicious street food, sit back and listen to local music, relax in the rejuvenation area, make something amazing at a workshop in the family area – and shop til you drop!
The market will feature a number of themed areas. Here’s an overview of three of them to whet your appetite. Profiles of the other areas will be added shortly, so check back soon to find out more…
Best of the South West Food Hall
Mullion Cove will be showcasing a wide selection of local and regional produce. Located in Corn Street, expect lots of local producers with stalls selling mouth watering local specialties such as pasties, cider, ice-cream, local cheeses and meats as well as lots of other foodie delights. Producers from as far as West Cornwall will be demonstrating just why the South West is renowned for some of the finest produce in the UK.
Vintage and Flea Market
From hand-picked vintage clothes, beautiful bric-a-brac and classic crockery, to 78″s and gramophones, rummage through the vintage and flea area in St Stephen’s Avenue.
The Suitcase Sale will be back with every odd and end, from handmade to second-hand wares bulging from cases in St Stephen’s Church Yard. You’ll find dangling treasures, unique handicrafts and culinary delights bulging at the seams.
St Stephen’s Street will be packed with street food from Bristol’s amazing international community. Enjoy the sights and smells of food from around the world, as they cook up a fabulous array of dishes to choose from. We’re working on a number of ways to make the street a great place to hang out and meet up with friends and family. More news to follow soon.