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Christmas market

We can now look forward to our Christmas market which will be held on Sunday December 6th. Applications can be made up until the closing date of November 1st. We’ll need a bit of time to work out how many pitches we can have to ensure a safe environment for stall holders and visitors.

At the moment it looks extremely likely that there will be fewer pitches available than normal and they will have to be laid out to enable safe social distancing wherever possible.

Stall holders will still have to agree to:

  • use contactless transactions only (card not cash)
  • wear masks to cover mouth and nose
  • wear gloves, especially when handling food
  • provide hand sanitisers for themselves and customers

 

Sharrow Vale Road is a road in South West Sheffield which is home to a great selection of small independent shops and businesses. It is rapidly developing a reputation as a foodie destination with a delicatessen, organic greengrocer, bakers, patisseries and wine shop as well as a wide range of cafes and restaurants. In addition, there are a number of shops stocking unusual clothing, accessories and gifts.

                        

Sharrow Vale market is normally held three times a year in Sharrow Vale Road. It runs from Hunters Bar roundabout all the way along to Hawley’s forecourt and now includes the new area in Dyson Place. Normally we have around 100 stalls selling a wide variety of locally reared and made produce, hot food from all corners of the globe, crafts, clothing and plants.

In addition to the stalls, most of the shops, pubs and cafes are also open on market days.

All markets run on Sundays from 12 – 4 pm

Next market 6 December 2020

Dates for 2021 Tbc

 


Market News

Christmas market

We can now look forward to our Christmas market which will be held on Sunday December 6th. Applications can be made up until the closing date of November 1st. We’ll need a bit of time to work out how many pitches we can have to ensure a safe environment for stall holders and visitors.

At the moment it looks extremely likely that there will be fewer pitches available than normal and they will have to be laid out to enable safe social distancing wherever possible.

Stall holders will still have to agree to:

  • use contactless transactions only (card not cash)
  • wear masks to cover mouth and nose
  • wear gloves, especially when handling food
  • provide hand sanitisers for themselves and customers