All the details for our award-winning market in Levenshulme on Saturday 26th June, 10am to 4pm. Find us on the Levenshulme train station car park, M19 3AB.
Levenshulme Market once again will once again be popping back up this weekend, and once again we’re joined by Heart & Parcel, a local organisation which uses food as a means of helping develop people’s English language and employability skills. They will also be selling jams and pickles made by some of their learners as part of their training projects. You can come down to the market to meet and chat to them as a way of helping them develop their English in a practical way. The brilliant Heart & Parcel cookbook will also be on sale, and all money made at their stall goes straight into providing free English classes for local communities.
And while you’re visiting you’ll also be able to get some of your weekly shop sorted, with cheese, eggs and butter from Winter Tarn, soaps, shampoos and other bathroom products from Wild Venue, pies and pasties from HMPasties andhot sauces from Levenshulme’s own DevilDog Sauces.
Shopping picks this week include the beautiful object you can gaze upon in our photo-header, created by the incredible Anie Studio, alongside whom you’ll also find similarly beguiling purchases-in-waiting such as mini-cacti from Cactus Parlour, hand-etched acrylic art pieces from MushyPeaDesign, handmade silver jewellery from Made with Love in Lancashire and plenty more.
Fans of sweet treats simply cannot go wrong, with Sally’s Dream Cakes, a brand new trader whose jaw-dropping cake creations we’re super-excited to bring to Levenshulme. You’ll also find Manchester’s finest chocolate brownies from Lush Brownies and – of course! – ice cream from Ginger’s Comfort Emporium.
And if you’re looking for a luxury takeaway for your Saturday lunchtime, we’ll have Sri Lankan food from Archchi’s, tacos and tortillas from Meksikan, pizza from Cibus and a whole load more.
And REMEMBER, while hospitality may be opening up, for the time being we’re still being cautious and 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.