Every town would benefit from its own version of Radcliffe Market. Owned and managed by the local community, it’s a not-for-profit venue that exists to bring fresh, local food and products to the people of Radcliffe with a focus on ethical, sustainable, and healthy options.
It’s both a food hall and a market hall, meaning you can head there for a meal out, a quick snack, a drink, or a spot of shopping.
Street food vendors include Mogul, Dough So Good, House of Bun, Cowshed and The Hungry Bulldog, plus there’s the Market Bar which is well-stocked with local beers, ciders and spirits.
Permanent stall holders, such as Kev the Butcher and Margaret’s Repairs and Alterations, are there every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
There’s also regular artisan, vintage and handmade markets throughout the year, and table top sales on Thursdays. Thursday night is quiz night, and they often have acoustic performances on Saturday evenings.