Shoppers can grab a range of bargains at Daventry Market every Tuesday and Friday.
Situated on the High Street, Daventry Market is a significant feature to the town and the local economy as it offers fresh, local and competitively priced produce and products.
It has a rich history - the town has had a market for the past seven centuries and at one time or another has sold everything from fruit and vegetables, to horses, livestock and cattle.
The live animals may have gone, but you can still bag a bargain at the market every Tuesday and Friday. The stalls are surrounded by more than 40 eateries and there is a range of gift shops and high street brands for you to peruse.
The market is open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9.30am to 2pm
Regular stalls at Daventry Market include:
- Plant Stall
- Fruit & Veg Stall
- Watch Repairs
- Grimsby Fish
- Household Goods
- Sweets & Biscuits
Daventry offers free parking all-year-round, allowing shoppers to explore the market and the wider town centre at their leisure.
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How to book
Please call 01327 871100 or email CustomerCare@daventrydc.gov.uk to book a stall. Your space will be allocated on arrival and you must book in advance. Stalls cost £13.45 on a Tuesday and £15.95 on a Friday (Approx. 10 ft.)
There is no extra charge for electricity.
There is also a market traders welfare facility.
To make a compliment, comment or complaint about the market fill in our online form or phone Daventry District Council on 01327 871100.
Stallholders are asked to commit to a full day (9.30am - 2.30pm) at a time. Stallholders should all have the appropriate insurance documents which will need to be submitted before setting up their stall on the first day, these are:
You need to bring with you, completed in full:
Market Traders Application Form
Supporting Identification and Information
Proof of Current Public Liability Insurance
To make advance payments, please call 01327 871100 alternatively please call 01327 871100 by 11am to make payment on the day of attendance.