Little Bird Made launched its first outdoor artisan market in Darlington in February. The event was a great success with lots of visitors coming along to meet the makers behind the stalls. Each stall has some of the finest small businesses in the area and sells a wide variety of products, many of which are handmade and not available in the shops.
So, why not come along on Sunday and visit Little Bird’s market with your favourite female to celebrate Mother’s Day. We guarantee a great day out with lots of unique products and treats to tempt you. If you are looking for a last-minute gift, we will have lots of options from skincare, bath bombs, candles, jewellery, crafts, art, clothes as well as home and garden items, food and drink products, and lots more.
Managing Director, Jackie Crozier said, “Thanks to all the people who came along to support us last month and we hope you’ll come along on Sunday as well. Each market is different with a mix of new and regular traders each month. What better way to spend Mother’s Day than browsing around the market, grab a coffee or bite to eat, then walk around the town and visit one of the pubs and restaurants for some lunch or early dinner.”
The ethos behind Little Bird Made markets are to support small businesses and provide them with opportunities to sell their products and promote their business in the hope they will grow and one day fly the nest to bigger and better opportunities. Also, to encourage people to shop local and come back into towns and villages to support local shops and businesses as well. They have an established portfolio of markets in a variety of locations around the Yorkshire area. To keep up to date with market dates and locations sign up to the mailing list on our website.
The market will take place on Sunday 27th of March, 10am – 3pm, Horse Market, Darlington DL1 5PW. All our markets are a great day out for all the family even your pets. They are outdoors, so please dress appropriately for the weather conditions. We also encourage everyone to attend safely, to protect both traders and members of the public.