Coronavirus Update: Bridport Town Council will from 23rd March be closing the twice weekly street market except for essential stalls
It is clear that the impact of the market on the streets, is making it impossible for the council to adhere to Government guidelines of keeping a 2mt clearance between the traders, the public and the shops
We will be keeping to this arrangement until we are notified otherwise
Weekly Wednesday and Saturday Markets take place in Bridport’s three main streets throughout the year, from 8am until mid afternoon.
Bridport’s large street market has a good selection of stalls selling foodstuffs, clothing and hardware, flowers and plants, pictures and paintings, books and IT goods… and much more. Many of the traders are long established and use the distinctive Bridport Market bags when selling their goods.
The Saturday market is particularly popular with traders, a special attraction is the large number of antique and Bric-a-Brac stalls located in lower South Street. Anyone wishing to trade in the Street market should contact Bridport Town Council for an information application pack.
The Farmer’s Market is held on the second Saturday of the month 9.00am-1.00pm in the Arts Centre. From Saturday 11th April 2020 the market will be held at Bridport Youth & Community Centre. This market is run independently of the Street Market. The Farmers Market offers a variety of local fresh,often organic,goods. Many of the traders are members of the Bridport Local Food Group which organises the annual summer Bridport Food Festival in Asker Meadows.
Bridport Vintage and Antique Market takes place on the last Sunday of the month from March – October at the St Michael’s Trading Estate. Here you will find a large selection of vintage and antique furniture, collectables, clothes and bric-a-brac. See bridportantiques.co.uk/vintage-market for further details
More information about Vinyl Saturday will appear here soon…
More information about the West Bay Seasonal Evening Markets will appear here soon…