The beautiful Peak District town of Bakewell has had a market since 1330. The town's Livestock and Stall Markets continue to attract tourists and visitors, as well as providing an essential service to the local community. The Monday market in the centre of the town boasts around 100 stalls (a reduced number during the cornavirus pandemic to enable Covid-secure social distancing measures and a one-way system for shoppers).
|Monday||Bakewell Market Place
& Granby Road (outdoor)
|9.30am - 2.30pm (approx)|
In addition to the popular Monday stall market, The District Council operates the UK's second largest farmers' market at Bakewell Agricultural Business Centre monthly, usually on the last Saturday of the month.
Markets have a character and atmosphere that makes them a unique shopping experience - our market has something to please everyone. So if you want the finest and freshest foods, a unique gift, home furnishings, fashion or simply a refreshing snack there's no better place than Bakewell Market. With regular events by local traders and external agencies, there's always something happening in your local market.
|Tuesday||Wirksworth Market||9am-2pm (approx)|
|Wednesday||Matlock Market||9am-3.30pm (approx)|
|Thursday||Ashbourne Shrovetide Walk||9am-2pm (approx)|
|Saturday (monthly)||Farmers' Market, ABC Bakewell||9am-2pm|