Markets

NEXT MARKET: SUNDAY 1ST MARCH

The monthly markets that we hold here at The Fold are important to us as a way to connect with and support local, ethical and sustainable businesses and products. You will find a wide variety of products on offer from organic vegetables, jams and beer to plastic free lifestyle goods, paintings, and jewellery with more stalls added every month! Check out the list below to see some of our regulars.

FREE ENTRY & FREE PARKING
The market itself is free for customers to enter and we also offer free on-site parking for up to 250 cars. Every market day the café, nature trail, shops and studios will also be open on-site for you to explore!

For 2020 we will be increasing the length of our markets by 1 hour, starting at 10am and finishing at 2pm.

This year we will also be including three extra special themed markets which will include additional entertainment and street food! These will be Open Farm Sunday (7th June), Indian Festival Market (4th October) and the Christmas Market (6th December).

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The Fold Market Stallholders

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