Join us in Durham this Saturday (16 September)

Outdoor Market - Saturday 16th September

We're back with a busy and bustling market this Saturday in the Market Place. Read on to discover who'll be trading.

Additionally, of course, the Market Hall will be open from 9am too - so please come and shop at both markets, and support Durham's independent businesses.

Come meet all our dedicated and knowledgeable traders, all ready and willing to serve you however they can.

 

Here's who you'll find at the outdoor market:

Food and Drink

Market Hall Wines - selected wines and locally brewed beers

Pipers Butchers - the market hall's fresh meat specialists

Robsons of Durham - fudge and sweets

Ellie's Cupcakes - beautiful homemade cupcakes

ECC - hog roast and hot lunches

The Green Guerilla - vegetarian and vegan streetfood

Phi Food - Greek cuisine

Earth & Fire Bakery - baked goods

Olive Tree - olives and more

Screaming Chimp - chilli sauces

Charlie's Country Kitchen - a variety of pies

Manzano Artisan Spanish Foods - authentic spanish deli

Olive Tree - olives and more

Cafe Alfresco - freshly brewed coffees and hot drinks

Ice Cream Van

Dinky Donuts - small and sweet treats

Sandra Milne - home-baked cakes

Fashion, Clothing and Jewellery

Anahera Jewellery - handcrafted jewellery

Durham Vintage - pre-loved clothing

Sea of Rivers - hand-crafted jewellery featuring sea glass

Homewares and Gifts

Clean and Light - soap bombs and toiletries

Rob's DVDs - a wide range of DVDs for all tastes

Readhill Gifts - decoupaged plant pots and handcrafted gifts

Pelangi - ethnic gifts

John Erwin - North East landscape photography

Lothian of Durham - leather goods

Anna's Art Deco - candles and wax melts

Buttons and Fairies - handmade plaques and crafts

Aromas Galore - oil and fragrance burners

From Loft to Loved - upcycled furniture and homewares

Forget Me Not Celebrations - personalised handmade gifts

Sentimental Crafts - homemade bookfolds and woollen crafts

 

All open from 9am - thank you in advance for coming to Durham's markets.