Shropshire’s markets give Shropshire’s market towns their identities. Evolving over hundreds of years, their wares changing to the current trends and fancies, each town that has a market celebrates Shropshireness. You can spend a week travelling through Shropshire looking for each market day and you will be well rewarded when you arrive at each. There really is little better than sourcing Shropshire produce, meats, cheeses, wines, beers, ciders, juice, crafts and gifts directly from the people who grew, reared, brewed or made them. Visit Shropshire’s many farmers’ and artisans’ markets and you can hear the stories of the products’ origins and often try before you buy. The markets are continuing to evolve and now you can stay a while and sit amongst the stalls selling everything from bric-a-brac to bagels while you enjoy a delicious snack. Watch for evening openings too when the markets become food courts, often with a little entertainment added in. Don’t miss the local food festivals either. They are often the busiest market days in Shropshire’s calendar.
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Bursting with some of the liveliest, most entertaining performances from local, national and international touring artists, there’s always something special to appeal to culture vultures of all ages at the Ludlow Fringe Festival. Taking place annually in the beautiful, medieval, market town of Ludlow in South Shropshire, it has grown to become one of the […]View Details
Often described as a “gem in Shrewsbury’s crown”, the town’s national award-winning Market Hall is well worth a visit for its vibrant blend of delicious street food, unique cafes, boutique stalls, arts and crafts, fresh local produce and much more. There’s even an artisan gin bar well stocked with more than 100 craft gins. Spy […]View Details
Tall, square, solid and stylish Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand Georgian family home. Furnished with beautiful period antiques this elegant 4* Town House is now presented with 13 Guest Bedroom Accommodation and is home to the ever popular Elliotts Bistro. A gem of an hotel, Dinham Hall is located within a quiet […]View Details
List of Shropshire’s Markets Visit Shropshire’s markets and enjoy each individual Shropshire town. Bishop’s Castle Bishop’s Castle Town Hall hosts a flea market on the first Saturday of the month, and a farmers’ market on the third Saturday. Bridgnorth Bridgnorth holds a market along the high street and beneath the Town Hall on Fridays and […]View Details
Established since 1244, Wellington Market is a fully heated indoor market hall, housing over 120 shopping units. There is also an outdoor market area. Some of the finest food outlets around can be found in the market, with everything from bakers to butchers, and fish to fruit & veg. The market cafés are always a […]View Details
Beautiful lakeside cafe set in 47 acres of grounds. Serving delicious breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas seven days a week. Take in the stunning views as you walk around the lake or let the children play on the playground as you relax by the waters edge. Alderford Lake offers wild swimming, canoeing, paddleboarding, kayaking and […]View Details