Sunday, December 4, 2022

Council plans market expansion with artisan input

A partnership between Bradford Council and RSH Artisan Markets will see Bingley Market expand by over 20 new stalls every Saturday, except the first Saturday of the month when the Town Council’s monthly Farmers’ Market takes place.

The long-standing stallholders on the Saturday market are set to be joined by stalls offering a wide range of homemade, locally sourced and artisan produce.

The new stalls will include fresh wood-fire baked sourdough breads, vegan beauty products, fresh fruit and veg, fudge, cakes, candles, jewellery, eco refill food, handmade dogs coats and dog accessories, healing crystals, mead, gin, cider and stout, handmade crafts and even fresh homemade lasagne. There will also be hot food including Greek street-food, donuts, savoury snacks and hot chocolate.

The new artisan traders will be trading on the Market Square in the centre of Bingley from Saturday 8 October between 9am and 4pm.

Councillor Alex Ross-Shaw, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Regeneration,
Planning and Transport, said: “We are always looking for new ways to improve our markets across the district and we’re delighted to be working in partnership with RSH Artisan Markets to bring these new traders to Bingley.”

Richard Feather from RSH Artisan Markets said: “We bring together high quality traders with fresh, handmade and artisan produce for markets across Yorkshire and Lancashire and we’re really looking forward to working with Bradford Council to bring them to Bingley.”

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