The Shambles Market in Stroud runs Every Friday & Saturday from early morning around 8.00am to around 4.00pm close. It is based in "The Shambles" a small area off the main High Street in Stroud. There are in effect two markets running side by side. The Outdoor market which mainly has the larger food stalls sells everything from Fruit, Veg (including Organic), cheese, cards, olive oil, war gaming and fantasy figures, childrens clothes and toys, original artwork & prints, bric-a-brac, plants, fresh fish & also other stalls that come on a less regular basis. The Indoor Market is housed in St Laurence Church Hall, directly off the Shambles. The regular stalls in here sell second hand books, comics, ephemera, CDs, Videos, DVDs, tapes, watches and jewellery, vintage clothes, hand made clothes and crafts, antiques and collectables, T-shirts and socks. Both markets have regular and casual stalls, so which ever day you visit you will see a wide variety of stalls. The Shambles is transformed on Fridays and Saturdays from a quiet area leading to St Laurences Church to a hive of activity and a popular meeting place at the café in the Shambles, which is open all week.
The Shambles can be easily found just off the High Street, Stroud, towards the top end of town. The Church Street Car Park is right beside the Church, this is a small short stay, shoppers car park, accessible via Cornhill and Parliament Street, turning left just past the Police Station. Or there is another car park opposite the Police Station in Parliament Street, which has easy access to the top of the High street.
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Gill and Alan will be in with their collection of curiosities, vintage and antique. Books and all sorts of collectables.
Fri/Sat 5th/6th & 19th/20th.
Carol's Cards: Her own handmade cards for all occasions, will be in on Fri 5th & Fri 26th.
Coming in on their once a month visits are: Crafts by Wendy will be in on Fri 12th / Sat 13th.
and Street Child Africa will be in next on Sat 6th.
All of this plus our regular stalls every week and stalls that come in once a fortnight, so there is something different every day the market is on, don't miss out by only coming on a Friday or just a Saturday, pop in both days to see the full range of stalls, and see what a wide range is on offer in The Indoor Market.
R and R Books - Secondhand books, comics, magazines & Ephemera.
Watch battery & strap replacement. Watches, jewellery.
Norman - Secondhand CDs, DVDs & Vinyl
Carol - Handknitted clothes adult and childrens, commissions taken. Plus handmade cards.
Kendall's: Socks, gloves, T-Shirts, Incense and holders.
Querencia: Aromatherapy creams, rollerballs and body gels. Be-spoke blending for your needs - while you wait.(Not in last Sat of month).
Val - Crystals, Candles, tumble stones, Shamanic Practitioner, Crystal Therapist, Reiki Master & Teacher Therapy Sessions & Self Healing Group.
Broody Designs: Original artwork cards and prints. Commissions taken.
Tasty: Jams and Preserves.
Sally's Hand Made Gift Boxes.
On The Outdoor Market
The Legendary: Vintage Mary
At the High Street end of The Shambles Every Friday.
Red Square Products.
Selling baby clothing.
They also do an Embroidery Service.
Weddings, Baby Showers, Christenings, Tableware and Sports Teamshirts.
One off personalisation. Use your own design.
Home-Made Scotch Eggs
They have launched a loyalty type card for every seperate purchase you make you get your card stamped, collect 5 stamps and get your 6th Scotch Egg free, get your card stamped.
NOW STOCKING: Fresh Locally Sourced Meat, Sausages & Burgers.
PLUS Coming Soon - Watch this space - ????????????
They are in EVERY Sat.
Felce Foods Fishmonger is in Fridays (You have to have fish on Fridays) and Saturdays every week.
Global Organcis: A full range of accredited organic and biodynamic fresh fruit & vegetables, herbs, eggs & nuts.
Hania Cheeses: Cheeses, ham, eggs, dairy products etc.
Vintage Mary: Second hand household goods;Including Books, China, Cutlery, Kitchen Ware, Linen and Small Furniture.
P & S Fruit & Veg: a variety of fruit & vegetables most of which are locally produced.
Church of the Seven Day Evangelists: Charity stall, Fridays Only.
Regular Saturday Only Stalls:
McNutts Donegal Woollen Mill:100% Merino and Merino Lambs wool.- * Throws * Shawls * Scarves *
Penny Gaj Prints: Signed giclee prints and greeting cards. all taken from my own originals.
Eleon Fine Foods: Olive Oil and Honey.