Hay Thursday Market

Hay Market Day, every Thursday, 9am to 2.30pm. Trading for 700 years, Hay Market Day brings over 40 traders to the centre of Hay. Offering a diverse range of items, from local produce and hot food, to artisan crafts and vintage, there is something for everyone, locals and visitors alike. Often quoted as the best day in Hay to visit the town, so come to peruse, to socialise, to eat, to shop, and, most of all, to enjoy Hay Market Day!

The market is held throughout town, with traders in Memorial Square, the Cheese Market hall, Butter Market hall and around the Clock Tower. Open every Thursday year-round.

Information:

Emily Daw 07989 980601

John Evans 01497 820590

Send us an Email Enquiry.

Traders include:

Artisan breads
Local and seasonal produce
Locally reared meat
Fresh fish and game
Small batch coffee
Hot takeaway food
Cheese and delicatessen
Jams and pickles
Cakes and savouries
Jewellery and clothing
Artisan arts and crafts
Homewares and gifts
Holistic and Beauty products
Vintage and antiques
New and secondhand books
Pet items
Plants and flowers
And much more!

Saturday Market

There is a small market held 9am-5pm every Saturday throughout the year in the Hay Cheese Market hall, with traders selling African rugs and baskets, organic Hay-grown vegetables, local goats cheese and kimchi, plant-dyed wools, handspun yarns and woollen items, and silversmithed jewellery.

Information: Simon 07772 777446


Saturday Markets at the Buttermarket

There are regular independent markets and events held on many Saturdays in the Buttermarket hall, such as the Mad Hatters Craft Market (held bi-monthly or more), Fairtrade Hay Fair, CD fairs, crafts and collectibles markets and local charity events. Information: Saturdays & general Buttermarket enquiries: Visit website.

Friday Flea Market

The Friday Flea is often held in the Buttermarket on Fridays during the busier months, selling an eclectic range of bric-a-brac, antiques, collectables, jewellery and books.

Information: Dave 07599 380735

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