markets & market towns
East of England
The beautiful Peak District town of Bakewell has had a market since 1330. The town’s Livestock and Stall Markets continue to attract tourists and visitors, as well as providing an essential service to the local community.
The Monday market located on Granby Road and the Market Place, in the heart of the town, boasts over 100 stalls.
At the market you will find market staples such as Fruit & Veg, Bread, Cheese, Olives, Cakes, Meat and Fish. An example of other items on offer are Carpets, Tools, Ladies Fashion, China, Greeting Cards, Purses and Handbags, Mobile Phone Accessories, Jewellery, Scarves, Household, Stationery, Books, Sweets, Spanish Pottery, Football Memorabilia, Pet Food, Bric-a-Brac, Leather Belts, Soap, Hosiery, Lingerie, Nightwear, Menswear, Plants and Fresh Flowers, Kitchen Knives and Scissors, Cosmetics, Car Accessories, Towels, Mobile Phone Accessories, Tea Towels, Bedding, Haberdashery, Giftware and Hot Food & Beverages.
Ample car and coach parking is available at the Agricultural Business Centre, which is close to the town centre.
In addition to the popular Monday stall market, Derbyshire Dales District Council operates the UK’s second largest farmers’ market at Bakewell Agricultural Business Centre monthly, usually on the last Saturday of the month.
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