Welcoming Durham's Students (1 October)

'Freshers and Returning Students' Outdoor Market - Sunday 1st October

As the students return to Durham University, and the Freshers come to the city to begin their first term, we have a special outdoor market on Sunday 1st October from 11am to 4pm to introduce all students and their families to our traders.

 

Come along and meet our traders from the Market Hall, as well as many from our weekly Outdoor Saturday Market.  All will be happy to help you in any way they can.

Here's who you'll find at our special Sunday market: 

From the Market Hall

Market Hall Wines - individually selected wines, locally brewed beers and spirits

The Rock and Fossil Shop - home to fossils, collectables, gift ideas and much more

Bound 2 Fit - rugs and carpets 

The Phone Guy - the place in Durham to have phones repaired

Print-It Stitch-It - personalised clothing, wool, haberdashery

LA Designer Flowers - silk flowers, fresh flowers, plants, gifts and homewares

Bear Bottom - toys, games, collectables, and teddy bears!

Market Electrics - homewares, electricals, batteries and more essentials

M'n'M Accessories - fashion accessories, scarves, jewellery

How Bazaar! - authentic Turkish mosaic lamps and more

 

From the Weekly Saturday Outdoor Market

Ellie's Cupcakes - beautiful homemade cupcakes

ECC - hog roast and hot lunches

The Green Guerilla - vegetarian and vegan streetfood

Phi Food - Greek cuisine

Olive Tree - olives and more

Screaming Chimp - chilli sauces

Cafe Alfresco - freshly brewed coffees and hot drinks

Ice Cream Van

Dinky Donuts - small and sweet treats

Sandra Milne - home-baked cakes

Durham Vintage - pre-loved clothing

Sea of Rivers - hand-crafted jewellery featuring sea glass

John Erwin - North East landscape photography

HedKed Handicrafts - wood turning and carving, pyrography and more

Anna Hunter - freshly-made crepes

Nick Fairley - sauces, spice rubs and biltong

Need 4 Tweed - hand-crafted tweed items

 

All open from 11am - thank you in advance for coming to Durham's markets.