Below are some Open markets, Local markets, Farmers markets and Car Boot sales close to the Park.
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Abergavenny’s trading history stretches back well over 1000 years. Today, the Victorian Abergavenny Market Hall on Cross Street remains a good hunting ground for the kind of items you just can’t find in ordinary shops. The biggest day is Tuesday, when over 150 stalls sell everything from rare-breed meat to musical instruments.
Old Arriva Bus Depot on Park Ave
At the market a range of regional and seasonal vegetables, local cheeses, free-range eggs, rare-breed and locally raised meat and poultry, local honey, artisan breads, home-made cakes and pies, with certified organic produce and specialist items including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free ranges. With hot food regularly available and a few alcoholic bevergaes to tempt you. A few artisan craft-makers too. Plants, flowers, herbs and fruit trees are seasonal features.
Victorian clock tower, Machynlleth Market on Maengwyn Street
There are stalls selling pet food and vacuum cleaner spares alongside others loaded with books, beads, organic fruit, speciality cheeses and cottage garden plants.
Riverside Shopping Centre Haverfordwest
Haverfordwest Farmers' Market is great for seasonal fare from local producers – ripe fruit in summer, pumpkins in autumn and beeswax candles, holly garlands and bird boxes in the weeks before Christmas.
Civic Hall Llandeilo
Fresh and sustainable produce including cut flowers, vegetables and plants as well as home baked cakes, savouries and preserves.
Menter Aberteifi The Guildhall, Cardigan
The market features a range of goods including fresh produce, flowers, local crafts, clothing plus a café that uses locally produced ingredients.
Clarach Bay Holiday Village
A selection of local produce and goods from toys to rugs to much more.