Saturday 1st May – Levy Market Shop & Go – All the Stalls

All the details for our award-winning market in Levenshulme on Saturday 1st May, 10am to 4pm. Find us on the Levenshulme train station car park, M19 3AB.

Back for your bank holiday weekend shopping this weekend, we have another great Levy Market lined up for you, full of fun, fresh air and friendly faces.

You can pick up some of your essentials this Saturday, with cheeses, eggs and butter from Winter Tarn, bottled wine on tap and olive oil from Vinobuono, honey from Haughton Honey, spices from Nasruddin’s Kitchen and pies, pasties and sausage rolls from HMPasties.

You’ll also find a TON of children-friendly items this weekend: beautiful children’s clothing and accessories from Melocoton and Little Badger, gifts made using repurposed everyday objects from Junk to Funky, and Pig and Bear Emporium who make incredible, personalised hand-illustrated art prints for little people – PLUS if you visit the market they can print the *perfect* personalised design for you right here while you wait.

You can even make it a full-on treat party with some amazing doughnuts from Culinary Concept, ice-cream from Ginger’s Comfort Emporium and chocolate brownies from Lush Brownies.

And you can also pick up a handful of special lunchtime options from Greek Kitchen, Cibus, Food Rebels and BBQ Events.

And once again stay tuned for this week’s Levy Market Mixtape – we’re releasing a new playlist for each market this spring in support of the Musicians’ Union and their Coronavirus Hardship Fund. You can find more info on the mixtapes here.

And REMEMBER: for the time being we’re still running things with our Shop & Go model, which means a one-in-one-out system for customers. Please follow our guidelines below, avoid eating, drinking or congregating when you visit and then exiting with your purchases so other can enter and enjoy the market. If you’re new to Levy Market Shop & Go you can find out more info here.

Please remember to follow our guidance to make sure you and everyone else stays safe. Although there’s no legal requirement for people to wear face coverings when outdoors we do advise customers do so.

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