All the details for our award-winning market in Levenshulme on Saturday 8th May, 10am to 4pm. Find us on the Levenshulme train station car park, M19 3AB.
It’s looking like we’re in for a summer of picnics, garden parties and long-awaited reunions.
For each of these we’ll have the supplies you need available at the market this Saturday- with cheeses, eggs and butter from Winter Tarn, bottled wine on tap and olive oil from Vinobuono, sauces from DevilDog, jams and marmalades from The Jam Kitchen, spices from Nasruddin’s Kitchen, and pies, pasties and sausage rolls from HMPasties. We’ve even got microgreens, culinary mushrooms and edible flowers from Seed Urban Farm.
For sweet treats, we have a trinity of goodies: ice cream from Ginger’s Comfort Emporium, cheesecakes from Manchester Cheesecake Co. and hefty slabs of brownies, blondies and all manner of bakes from Slab and Slice.
And, as ever, you can also pick up a handful of special lunchtime options from Tikka Chance on Me, Cibus, Meksikan and The Sri Lankan Experience.
You’ll also find gifts and shopping picks for all ages, creeds and tastes – gorgeous hand-poured candles from Cedar, new and secondhand books from Greenhouse Books, handmade jewellery from Rooks and Roses and StringEffect, and arts, crafts, clothing and all manner of other marvellous creations – see below for the full stall list.
And keep those eyes (and ears) peeled for this week’s Levy Market Mixtape – each market we’re releasing a new playlist 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.