Little Bird Made is gearing up for another busy weekend of outdoor
markets. Following last weekend's bumper trio of markets that saw the sun
shining and customers coming out to enjoy the spring weather and
purchase the unique products on offer.
This weekend will see Little Bird setting up in Easingwold on Saturday and
Wetherby on Sunday for their monthly markets. The markets take place
the second weekend of every month, so people can put the dates in the
diary and come visit throughout the year.
Each market is different, with a mix of traders specially selected to
provide customers with a unique shopping experience and a wide variety of
quality products on offer each month. It’s a great opportunity to meet the
makers, creators, bakers, designers, artists, and visionaries behind the
small business and see their products in person.
All our markets are family and dog friendly so you can bring the whole
family along for the day. We have a variety of pet traders who sell tasty
treats as a reward for your four-legged friends and beautiful accessories,
so your pet is always looking good. There are also lots for younger family
members from children’s clothing, toys through to crafts, activities, fun
bath accessories and tasty treats. Not forgetting all the other stalls with
something for everyone else, our delicious street food vendors with their
hot and cold food and drinks that will keep everyone fuelled up. Whether
it’s a hot drink to keep you warm or something tasty for breakfast or
lunch, they will have something to suit your needs. Our markets also have
live entertainment throughout the day to entertain people as they walk
around. We also encourage people to visit the other shops, cafes, and bars
in the town centres and support local businesses as well.
The markets will take place on:
Saturday 12th March,
Market Place, Easingwold YO61 3AA
Sunday 13th March,
Market Place, Wetherby LS22 6NE
All events are outdoors, so please dress appropriately for the weather,
and are pet and family-friendly so bring along the kids and dogs and
browse the stalls, grab a warm drink or something to eat, then enjoy a
walk in the beautiful towns.