Salisbury Charter Market
Everything under one roof (if we had one).
Even though Salisbury Market is held outdoors in all weathers throughout the year, it never fails to please the shopper and browser alike.
Colourful, noisy, bustling, friendly and full of enticing aromas; from freshly ground coffee and fresh bread to hot doughnuts, hog roast and newly cut flowers Salisbury Market has it all!
You can also discover a bit of Italy, selling the best ice cream, oils and olives in the South West.
There's also fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, cheeses, eggs, haberdashery, carpets, clothes, shoes, jewellery, kitchenware and wooden furniture - in fact the range of goods on offer at Salisbury Market is outstanding and all at exceptional prices. (We yell it and sell it!)
The farmers' section within the market now runs every market day throughout the year and has proved to be an invaluable addition.
It can be recognised by the blue/white stalls located in the middle of the market.
The produce sold is grown or produced by local farmers selling goods such as smoked trout and other fish, fresh bread, eggs, meats, sausages, bacon, cheeses and locally produced wines - something for all tastes.
Around the top of the Salisbury Market you will find many cafés serving espresso and cappucino as well as beer, wine and food, with plenty of outside tables and chairs.
Salisbury Market takes place every Tuesday and Saturday (except the third Tuesday in October when the Charter Fair comes to the city).
The vibrant Charter Market incorporates a local Farmers’ Market, with an additional popular Farmers’ Market each Wednesday at the Poultry Cross.
There are also several continental markets throughout the year.
If you would like to become a stall holder, please contact Guy Waterhouse at Salisbury City Council on 01722 342860.
|Open All Year|
|2015 (1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015)|
* Every Tuesday and Saturday (except the 3rd Tuesday in October when the charter fair is in the city)
8am to 4pm in the summer and 8am to 3.30pm in the winter.
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