*PLEASE NOTE, THE WARREN MARKETS ARE NOW CANCELLED*
We just wanted to take a moment to share some exciting news!
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Our markets are growing!
We're delighted to announce that we now have a new
weekly Local Market in Bangor every Friday!
Bangor High Street 9 - 4pm
Plus extra Artisan & Christmas Markets in Bangor for 2022
(see above for dates)
BODNANT WELSH FOOD
We're excited to announce that we'll be bringing our hugely popular Artisan Market to the prestigious Bodnant Welsh Food centre on Sunday 24th July!
We'll be hosting our first ever Artisan Market and bringing our finest Artisan traders to this beautiful location for an exciting day of shopping, eating and celebrating the very best of North Welsh local produce and talent!
Come and visit us at this fabulous venue with stunning views across the Conwy Valley, explore their highly acclaimed farm shop, indulge in quality food at their cafe and restaurant, enjoy a drink in the bar and peruse & discover the delightful artisan stalls for unique and authentic gifts, treats and local produce.
Sunday 24th July, 10-4pm, Tal-y-Cafn, LL28 5RP
Visit their website HERE
Colwyn Bay Markets
We've got it all covered...
With two fantastic markets to choose from in Colwyn Bay, market-goers, tourists, artisans and traders are spoilt for choice!
See our 2020 Christmas Artisan Market video below by TV CONWY...
The Colwyn Bay Artisan Market
We're delighted to announce that the Colwyn Bay Artisan Market will be back for it's first Artisan Market of 2022 on Saturday April 16th, Easter Weekend!
We will then continue throughout the year on the third Saturday of every month from May to November
10am - 4pm on Station Rd., with a special Christmas Artisan Market on December 10th
Here you'll discover a host of unique handmade artisan arts & crafts from local artists, designers and makers. Alongside an array of artisan cheeses, breads, olives, chocolates, cakes and, of course, our delightful street food trucks serving an impressive choice of hot foods from around the world.
Take your time, relax, unwind, enjoy the entertainment and be sure to have a drink (or three) from one of our mobile bars serving some of the finest gins, rums, proseccos, craft lagers and local ales around.
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The Colwyn Bay local Market
The Colwyn Bay Local Market runs every Saturday throughout the year,
9am - 4pm on Station & Seaview Rd.
This handy market has been a focal part of the town for over 30 years and provides an important life-line to the local community. Now, under our new management, we're giving this tired market a much needed boost and sprucing it up by introducing new traders with a fresh variety of stalls and produce.
It's here you'll find all kinds of necessities from homewares, hardwares, music, fashion and plants to fresh fruit n veg, fish, meats, cheeses, breads and pies!
Come and see your favourite regulars and meet the new traders whilst doing your weekly shop and enjoying the hustle and bustle of market day.
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The delightful Victorian seaside town of Colwyn Bay has many attractions and is the perfect spot for a vibrant new market. Benefiting from excellent access and ample parking making it super easy for tourists and traders to find.
Both markets are set in the very heart of town, spanning across the broad pedestrianised streets of Station Rd. & Seaview Rd.
Just a stone's throw from the beach and straight in front of the railway station it couldn't be better situated!
Colwyn Bay boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in Conwy with long, sandy shores and a promenade that stretches all the way to Rhos-On-Sea. There's a watersports activity center on the seafront next to the exquisite restaurant and bistro by celebrity chef Bryn Williams.
Back in town, Colwyn Bay's streets are lined with stunning Victorian architecture and benefit from the original Victorian decorative shop fronts.
With a host of trendy cafes, charming shops, restaurants, bars, antique shops and even an original victorian theatre there is much to enjoy beyond the markets in Colwyn Bay.
'We'll see you there!'