Market


Granted a Royal Charter in 1219 and still going strong....

Ampthill Charter Market trades every Thursday in part of the town centre car park (near Waitrose) from 8.00am.

There is plenty on offer from seasonal plants, wild bird seed, household wares, baked goods, fresh fruit and vegetables, olives, cheese, award winning baked bread, cakes, pastries to crafts and jewellery and not forgetting our wonderful bric-a-brac stall with new items every week.

If you are interested in becoming a market trader you will have to provide your own equipment and hold public liability insurance.

For futher information click on the link below or contact Donna Searle on 01525 844171 to discuss further.

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Third Thursday of each month (excluding January and February) there is Ampthill Craft Market on the market square.

Every Saturday on the market square, Priestly Farm Shop hold a fruit and vegetable stall.

Fruit and Vegetable Stall

Mark Sayward has been trading at Ampthill Charter Market for over ten years. Mark stocks a great range of fruit and vegetables as well as eggs, pickling vinegar and wreaths at Christmas. If...
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Isla Jane Bakery

This bakery stall has been a popular stall since arriving at the market. Mick will be pleased to serve you any number of cakes, bread rolls, speciality bread loaves and savoury pastries. Not sure...
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Greek Olives

Ali joined the market in 2017 and has a wide variety of olives, garlic, feta cheese, sundried tomatoes, dried fruit, nuts and delicious turkish delight. Ali will kindly let you try a sample if you...
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Household Wares

John Dhesi is our longest serving market trader with over twenty years of trading in Ampthill he has seen many changes in the town. John stocks everything you could need in the kitchen and more....
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Plants

Theresa re-joined the market in early 2019 and has a nice display of potted plant and garden ornaments.  
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Keech Hospice Stall

Carol, Sue and Pauline are now seasoned market traders attending with the Keech Hospice stall. Although they are volunteers, these fund-raising supremes take their market role very seriously...
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