Preston Makers Market full stall list confirmed

Posted on - 8th May, 2019 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Business, City Centre, Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Street food will be a big part of the Makers Market
Street food will be a big part of the Makers Market

A full list of stallholders has been confirmed for the Preston Makers Market.


Taking place on the Flag Market the event was moved from Fishergate.

Due to become a monthly event there’s food, crafts and more planned with more than 80 talented makers showing off their creations.

Running from 10am to 4pm the market takes over the Flag Market during Saturday (11 May).

Here’s every stallholder confirmed so far:

Arctic Fox & Co.
Art and Bikes
Art by RK & KK
Bake my day
Barley’s Bakery
Beady Eye
Ben Sedman Photography
Cake up north
Cheshire Bath Boutique
Coco Candle Co
Dave the pie man
Ernie & Theo
Flowercrown Magic
Forest of Kent
Glitzy Glass and Wonderful Wood
Hot Stuffed Bread Company
Just the Cheese
KO-CO Brownies
Lancashire Artisan chocolates
Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Larch Tree Cards and Crafts
Le Raclette hut
Lily pearl
Loubee rox
Made by Regina
Millie & Rubys Dog Bakery
Old man & magpie
Painter Merv
Perfect samosa
Pudding and Pie North West limited
Riverside Spirits
Sarahs Craft Chest Pebble Art
Secret Shores
The Cherry Tree
The Crafty Hedgehog
The Fudge Hub
The Gingham Flamingo
The Laser Fox
The Little Stone Bakery
The Mountain And Me
The Natural Provisions Co
The Sunflower Kitchen
Totem Wolf
Tulip road
Vegan Poochy Treats
VRJJ Candles
Ernie and Theo
Cheshire pie company
Wilderness Flower
The Woodshed
Julia Tose
Urban Bear
Goosnargh Gin
Cinderbake Kitchen
The cheese Counter
The Doughnut Pod
Farries Asian treats
Nikki’s Book Folding Frenzy
HennaHiltonArt & Morphis
Really Indian Ltd
The Cherry Tree
Fearless By Nature
Chef wilson ltd
Redmans of preston
Issan friends
Tapas Altrincham
scrumpy pig
Jonahs Coffee
Angle Candle Company

The market is free to attend.

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