Chester Makers Market

Chester Makers Market

Chester Makers Market

Chester Makers Market is back at the Carriage Shed for a year of markets in 2021.

The Makers Market is the leading artisan market company in the North West of England.
We welcome the return of Chester Makers Market every first Saturday of the month for shopping and supporting independents! To ensure the safety of all visitors throughout the day, the team have implemented many COVID measures including a one-way system throughout the site, hand sanitising stations and screens at face height around traders' stalls. Plus, our entire venue is outdoors!

Visitors will be able to peruse stalls selling local food and drink, arts and crafts, homeware and vintage items, gifts and goodies, and savor award-winning street food, a perfect day out!.

Chester Makers Market is a great opportunity to find out the origins of your food, meet the maker, feast your eyes upon some goodies and fill those shopping bags whilst indulging in some good conversations with the team and traders.

And best of all, it's all happening on your doorstep in Chester; dogs are welcome of course and it's FREE to attend!
*Please Note: Image was taken pre-Coronavirus.


If you are a local artisan stall, performer or community group and would like to get involved, you can fill in an application form on their website at

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Events at The Carriage Shed will strictly adhere to COVID-19 safety guidelines in place at the time of the event.  

You must respect the safety requirements in place at our events and enjoy yourself in a responsible way. Please respect each other, every member of staff, and the general public when you attend an event at our venue. Antisocial behaviour, which includes refusal to adhere to safety measures, will not be tolerated.

Please see here for our full COVID safety policy.



Date & Time
7th August, 4th September, 2nd October, 6th November, 4th December
10:00 - 16:00

Carriage Shed