Newbury Market is open each Thursday and Saturday between 9am and 4pm.
The Market has a long history and it is believed to have been in place since Anglo-Saxon times. Earliest records show that a toll was received from the Market in 1205 which amounted to £8.00, a very large sum in those days.
In 2006 the Market Place was refurbished and it now provides a pleasant area within which to browse the stalls.
Trees have been planted and the surface is laid in a pattern of whirls, which help to create a Continental feel to the square. The area is now pedestrianised between 10am and 5pm.
There are a number of traders who have been on the Market for many years. Geoff Fisher and his family have run their "Fishers of Newbury" fruit & veg stall for over 60 years.
We have recently expanded into Northbrook Street with a number of stalls with the aim of creating a real Market Town shopping experience.
Currently we have the following stalls:
Fruit & Veg, fishmonger, free range eggs, fresh olives & deli, bakery, flowers, plants and books. We also have 2 fresh butchers’ stalls, jams & chutneys, army surplus goods and a range of pet supplies amongst others.
In Northbrook Street you will also find homemade cup cakes, vintage clothing, handmade glass jewellery and incense supplies.
We are keen to attract new quality traders to Newbury Market. For more information please call our Services Team on 01635 35486 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rents start from as little as £10.15 per day for a 3m x 3m stall.