markets & market towns
East of England
From gourmet street food to the freshest fruit and vegetables, finely crafted
jewellery to designer clothing, bargain household goods to hand-made gifts and
haberdashery - you'll find it all and more at Fleetwood Market.
With over 250 stalls to browse and five individual areas to explore, this beautiful, huge Victorian Market has something for everyone to discover!
Located in the beautiful, historic town of Fleetwood, right beside the seaside.
This year Fleetwood Market is going through an exciting period of rejuvenation with a £3.2 million investment to carry out significant improvement works to support its future as a key attraction in Wyre.
As part of Wyre Council's ambition to achieve net zero carbon emissions, grant funding of £1 million has been secured by the council from the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme, allowing energy efficiency works at the market to be carried out.
Wyre Council is also investing over £2 million to carry out repairs and reinstate the historic features of the nineteenth century Market Hall, partly funded by the High Streets Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) grant sourced from central government via Historic England (HE).
The ongoing enhancement works are expected to continue through to the autumn. The market will predominantly remain open throughout, although some halls will be closed at various times to allow for works to be undertaken.
For partial closure updates please visit www.wyre.gov.uk/markets/markets-wyre/1 and Fleetwood Market social pages.