The Town Council have also taken the decision to postpone events on the Square until further notice including:
- V & A Antiques Markets
- Vintage Escapades Markets
- Artisan Markets
The Town Council and information offices reopened on Tuesday 14th July. Office opening hours will be 8.30am – 12.30pm and 1pm – 5pm.
Nantwich Farmers Market will recommence from Saturday 29th August 2020.
Following Government advice the first step of Nantwich Market reopening took place on Tuesday 16th June, with a one-way system being implemented.
Most of the stalls are now open and the toilets are open Tuesday through to Saturday from 9am.
Nantwich is home to a traditional town market, which is complemented by a variety of markets which take place on the town’s square throughout the year.
The traditional market has been in Nantwich since 1500 and is located at the junction of Market Street and Churchyardside. The Market stocks an array of goods including fresh produce and household items and opens on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays.
On the last Saturday of every month you will find in the town square our Farmers’ Market. Each month over 35 local producers and makers pack the town with a delightful selection of homemade and fresh produce.
V&A Fairs, host a number of Antiques and Collectables Markets again on the Square throughout the summer months. Take a stroll around the many stalls and see what treasures you can find.
For the artier visitor, or for those looking for something unique, why not visit one of Vintage Escapades’ Markets. These markets are packed with quality hand crafted good, plus the very best vintage clothing and homeware sellers.
Nantwich Town Council has also introduced some Artisan Markets, which will take place on the town square, including Spring, Summer, and Autumn Markets, alongside festive Christmas Markets. Each of these markets will feature an array of eclectic mix of seasonal produce, gifts and treats.
If you are a trader and interested in holding a stall at any of our markets please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01270 628633.