markets & market towns
East of England
Trinity Market, Hull’s Grade-II listed indoor market has undergone a £3.5m refurbishment programme. The market refurbishment was made possible in part by a contribution of £3m for the Repurposing the Old Town Programme from the Government’s Northern Powerhouse Local Growth Fund. This
was secured by the Humber LEP through its Growth Deals with Government.
You can find Trinity Market in the heart of Hull’s Old Town, right beside Hull Minster. Just a short walk from the city centre, the museums quarter, the Fruit Market and Hull’s beautiful waterfront, the market is the perfect beginning, middle and end
to any visit to Hull.
The market has benefited from the installation of new floors and
roofing along with a smart new mezzanine, a seated event space and the introduction of hot street food stalls. All of the food offers, both hot and
cold, are provided by local independent traders offering a delicious range
of diverse quality products.
Hull’s covered market is fully licenced for the sale of alcohol and offers everything you would expect from a bustling indoor market – master
butchers, greengrocers, florists, vinyl records, shoe repairs, clothing, plus
an onsite microbrewery and gin shop. The new event space, with a large communal seating area, welcomes groups and families.