Friday, 4 October 2013

I know there must to be many market lovers in Bristol. This is the list of all regular markets happening each day of the week. If nothing is stated, it means that the market is held every week. I will try to keep this post updated. I will really appreciate your collaboration to do this: if you are aware of a regular market which is not in this post, please, let me know! :) 

- MONDAY -
St Philips’ Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips where you will be able to find fruit, flowers and vegetables as well as meat. (5-11am)
St Nicholas Market: situated inside a beautiful Georgian Building in Corn Street, St Nicholas Market is the perfect place to find gifts. Small stalls sell anything starting from vintage clothes to latest fashions, from jewellery to fossils. (9.30am-5pm) www.bristol.gov.uk/page/business-bristol/st-nicholas-market
- TUESDAY -
St Philips’ Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips where you will be able to find fruit, flowers and vegetables as well as meat. (5-11am)
St Nicholas Market: situated inside a beautiful Georgian Building in Corn Street, St Nicholas Market is the perfect place to find gifts. Small stalls sell anything starting from vintage clothes to latest fashions, from jewellery to fossils. (9.30am-5pm) www.bristol.gov.uk/page/business-bristol/st-nicholas-market
UWE Farmers Market: taking place first Tuesday of each month, this market located outside Main Reception on Frenchay Campus hosts local food, drink and crafts producers between October and March. (10am-2.30pm)

- WEDNESDAY -
St Philips’ Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips where you will be able to find fruit, flowers and vegetables as well as meat. (5-11am)
St Nicholas Market: situated inside a beautiful Georgian Building in Corn Street, St Nicholas Market is the perfect place to find gifts. Small stalls sell anything starting from vintage clothes to latest fashions, from jewellery to fossils. (9.30am-5pm). Additionally every Wednesday, Corn and Wine Streets held the Bristol Farmers Market between 9.30am and 2.30pm. 
- THURSDAY -
St Philips’ Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips where you will be able to find fruit, flowers and vegetables as well as meat. (5-11am)
St Nicholas Market: situated inside a beautiful Georgian Building in Corn Street, St Nicholas Market is the perfect place to find gifts. Small stalls sell anything starting from vintage clothes to latest fashions, from jewellery to fossils. (9.30am-5pm) www.bristol.gov.uk/page/business-bristol/st-nicholas-market
Fishponds Farmers Market: taking place second Thursday of every month and located in Fishponds Park, you can find juices, mineral waters, jams and spreads, baked goods, fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and much more in Fishponds Farmers Market (9am-1pm).
- FRIDAY -
St Philips’ Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips where you will be able to find fruit, flowers and vegetables as well as meat. (5-11am)
Eastville Market: located in Eastgate Road, Eastville Market has around 200 stalls selling vegetables, meat, clothes, music and much more. (9am-3pm) 
http://wikimapia.org/4932870/Eastville-Market-Fridays-and-Sundays
St Nicholas Market: situated inside a beautiful Georgian Building in Corn Street, St Nicholas Market is the perfect place to find gifts. Small stalls sell anything starting from vintage clothes to latest fashions, from jewellery to fossils. (9.30am-5pm) and there is a Friday Food Market in Wine Street between 10am and 4pm offering shoppers and visitors the opportunity to purchase some of the best local produce. Additionally every Friday and Saturday, Corn and Wine Street fill with stalls where original artwork, handmade jewellery, vintage clothes and photography are sold between 10am and 5pm. www.bristol.gov.uk/page/business-bristol/st-nicholas-market
- SATURDAY -
Harbourside Market: this market takes place along the Watershed and they mostly sell local arts&crafts, second-hand books, music and locally produced food. (10am-4pm) www.facebook.com/harboursidemarket


Bearpit Market: Under the roundabout in Cabot Circus, joining Stokes Croft to the City Centre, there is an alternative market. Food, jewellery, make up and flowers as well as live music can be found in this unusual market.
www.facebook.com/BearpitMarket

St Philips’ Wholesale Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips where you will be able to find fruit, flowers and vegetables as well as meat. (5-9am)
St Nicholas Market: situated inside a beautiful Georgian Building in Corn Street, St Nicholas Market is the perfect place to find gifts. Small stalls sell anything starting from vintage clothes to latest fashions, from jewellery to fossils. (9.30am-5pm). Additionally every Friday and Saturday, Corn and Wine Street fill with stalls where original artwork, handmade jewellery, vintage clothes and photography are sold between 10am and 5pm. 
www.bristol.gov.uk/page/business-bristol/st-nicholas-market
Whiteladies Road Farmers Market: taking place the first and third Saturday of the month, the junction between Whiteladies Road and Apsley Road gets busy with local farmer's stalls. (8.30am-2pm) www.sustainableredland.org.uk/farmers-market/ 
Market at the Moon: taking place first Saturday of the month, this market has a special flavour. Bristol Artists and Independent traders meet in Full Moon Bar in Stokes Croft to seel crafts, food and fashion surrounded by live music and good atmosphere. (12-6pm) www.facebook.com/MarketAtTheMoon
- SUNDAY -
Harbourside Market: this market takes place along the Watershed and they mostly sell local arts&crafts, second-hand books, music and locally produced food. (10am-4pm) www.facebook.com/harboursidemarket
Tobacco Factory Market: located between Raleigh Road and North Street, Tobacco Factory Market promotes eco-friendly, fair trade, organic and local products in around 40 stalls. (10.30am-2.30pm) 
www.tobaccofactory.com/section.php/39/1/sunday_market
Eastville Market: located in Eastgate Road, Eastville Market has around 200 stalls selling vegetables, meat, clothes, music and much more. (9am-3pm) 
http://wikimapia.org/4932870/Eastville-Market-Fridays-and-Sundays
St Philip’s Sunday Market: it is held at Albert Crescend in St Phillips, the perfect market to find clothes. (9am-3am)
Ashton Court Producers Market: happening third Sunday of the month, Ashton Court Estate hosts a monthly market between March and December. Stalls display fine local products, drinks, food and crafts. The entrance is free but the parking costs £1. There are toilets available and baby changing facilities in the area. (10.30am-3.30pm) 
www.facebook.com/pages/Ashton-Court-Producers-Market/117305795013608?fref=ts

Bristol Flea Market: Bristol Flea Market is held twice a month, one in Ashton Gate and the other one in County Ground. Check the dates at the website and enjoy the 150 stalls of antiques, collectables, furnishing,... The market is open between 9am and 3.30pm and the entrance is 2 pounds.  www.bristolfleamarket.co.uk/. If you want to read about my own visit to the Flea Market, click here.

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Posted by Great little place called Bristol On Friday, October 04, 2013 1 comment

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