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Makers Market comes to Chester

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CheshireEditor Fri 17-Mar-17 17:16:31

The Makers Market arrives in Chester

Spring has officially sprung and we’re delighted to announce award winning The Makers Market will be arriving at Chester on Saturday 22nd April. The new pop-up event will be located at the beautiful Grade II listed, Carriage Shed, which is situated next to Chester train station. The Makers Market will showcase over 50 unique stalls offering local artisan food and drink, art and crafts and top vintage finds.

Phil Mayall, Development Director “The Makers Market has a fantastic reputation throughout the Northwest, we believe the Carriage Shed is the perfect location for them to pop-up in Chester.”

Victoria Crane, Event Manager of the Makers Market, said: 'We pride ourselves at the Makers Market in delivering delightful specialist events with many award winning local producers of unique goods set to inspire. We cannot wait to launch in Chester and hope you will join us for our launch on Saturday 22nd of April’.

The Makers Market champions local independent business and produce, it’s a great way to meet the makers and learn more about food, drinks and crafts from Chester and the surrounding area whilst indulging in a spot of shopping. With live music and street food, cookery demonstrations and kids activities, there is something to do for all the family – and best of all, it’s free entry!

We look forward to welcoming you to Chester Makers Market!

Saturday 22nd April, 10am - 4pm
Carriage Shed, City Place, Chester
Free entry

If you are a local artisan, performer or community group and would like to get involved, please contact: Or visit the website for more information


Carriage Shed
Carriage Shed is located in the City Place development in Chester, an area setting the standard for office space with stunning architecture, modern design and a focus on sustainability. This unique semi-covered event space has events taking place throughout the year and is available to hire. Details can be found online.

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