It’s time for Autumn & Winter in the Grainger Market.
Book now for:
Saturday 1st September
Saturday 6th October
Saturday 3rd November
Saturday 1st December
The market runs 9-5 in the Grainger Market events space. A table and chairs are provided. Stallholders must have public liability insurance for £5million to take part.
To book just reply with which dates you would like and confirm you have the read our Stallholder Agreement. If this will be your first market with us please send some photos of your work or a link to your website or Facebook page.
Join the best artists, designers and makers in the North East.
Book now for:
Saturday 5th May
Saturday 2nd June
Saturday 7th July
Saturday 4th August
The market runs 9-5 in the Grainger Market events space. A table and chairs are provided. Stallholders must have public liability insurance for £5million to take part. Please confirm you have this when booking and read our Stallholder Agreement for further details.
To book just email firstname.lastname@example.org which dates you would like. If this will be your first market with us please send some photos of your work or a link to your website or facebook page.
The Make & Mend Market is back from the Christmas break and ready to bring you amazing jewellery, ceramics, art, textiles and plenty more.
Makers, designers, artists!
Bring your creative work to the Grainger Market. Book for our first markets of 2018:
Saturday 3rd February
Saturday 3rd March
Saturday 7th April
Stalls are £25. Please read our Stallholder Agreement (396KB PDF) before booking. You will need public liability insurance cover for up to £5million.
To book email email@example.com with which dates you’d like, confirm you have the required public liability insurance and have read our stallholder agreement.
If this is your first market with us please send some photos or a link to your website, these may be used to promote you at the market.
The Grainger Market is getting a new roof next year. The Make & Mend will still be in its usual spot during these works and we’re figuring out the best plan with the markets team to avoid disruptions. Things should be mostly as normal but if that’s ever not the case I’ll be sure to let you know with plenty of time.