Morpeth Charter Market is held every Wednesday from 9am till 4pm on Morpeth Market Place. There are typically 16-20 stalls and more through the summer.
As well as traditional market stalls, several local producers have joined the weekly market from the monthly farmers’ market creating a special local identity. See below for a list of traders usually to be found on the market.
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The market is run by Northumberland County Council. For more information or to book a stall, contact Neil Brown, the Market Manager at email@example.com or mobile 07713 115204.
Stall rental rates from April 2015 (and held in April 2016 and 2017) are:
3m x 3m stall £20 + £5 premium for markets in July, August and September
6m x 3m stall £40 + £10 premium for markets in July, August and September
Share of 3m x 3m stall/Table £15 + £2.50 premium for markets in July, August and September
Demonstrator Stands etc £15
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Veteran trader Colin
Hetherington is celebrating an impressive 40 years of running a stall at
Colin, who is well known in
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market trading in his blood and first started running a stall at the age of
just 15 – before that he regularly helped his parents at busy markets right across
As well as his weekly
appearance at Morpeth Market every Wednesday Colin also trades at other markets
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