Little Bird Artisan Markets set to return this weekend

Little Bird Staff and Traders have enjoyed a few weeks off to recover from their bumper month of markets in December but are gearing back up for the return of the Artisan Markets this weekend.





Customers looking to stock up on their regular goods or visit some of our new traders will see the monthly market return to Easingwold on Saturday and to Wetherby on Sunday. They will be a great opportunity to come along and meet our wonderful makers, bakers, designers, and creators behind the small businesses, safe in the knowledge each purchase is supporting some of Yorkshires finest small, independent businesses and to visit the other business in the Town Centres as well.


Managing Director Jackie Crozier said, “I think we all needed a well-deserved rest after the crazy month of December, but it was wonderful to see so many people come along and visit the markets and support our traders. We’re now back for 2022 with big plans, from new market locations being added, our Charity Partnership with the British Heart Foundation and our band of traders growing thanks to our new online marketplace, 2022 is looking to be a great year for Little Bird Made.”





There will be the usual mixture of stalls all carefully handpicked to provide a wide variety of goods and suit all ages, not forgetting our furry pets. We will also have our street food vendors back to tempt you with some tasty delights as walk around or even a coffee to keep you warm as you make your purchases, alongside our entertainers who will be singing to keep both the kids and adults alike entertained.


The markets will take place this weekend at the following:

Saturday 8th January, 9am – 2pm, Market Place, Easingwold YO61 3AA

Sunday 9th January, 9am – 3pm, Market Place, Wetherby LS22 6NE


All our markets 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. Little Bird will be following all guidelines from the Government, and we would encourage people to wear masks, unless exempt.


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