2021 Dates, Availability & Stall Costs

Following on from consultations with Leeds Council and their Markets and City Centre Management teams we have provisionally agreed to start back on Albion place on Saturday the 17th of April 2021.

Our 2021 Membership Form will need completing and submitting, which should be available from early February, with bookings opening mid February.

Please note, as was the case this year if any markets have to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus situation they will be refunded/credited in full.

Our 2021 schedule is: 

17 April

01, 15 & 29 May

12 & 26 June

10 & 24 July

07 & 21 August

04, 11, 18 & 25 September

02, 09, 16, 23 & 30 October

06, 13, 20 & 27 November

04, 11 & 18 December 

Please note, pricing should be confirmed by the end of the month, though the hope is that we will keep stall costs  the same as last year. This means that prices will start at £65, rising to £95 as we get closer to Christmas 2021. Pricing will be confirmed prior to markets going on sale.

Updated 06.01.21 @ 18:30

Don’t forget your 2021 Membership Form must be completed (when available), submitted and approved before any bookings can be taken. 

Download your 2021 Booking Form here in February

 Please note, new traders must also submit accurate images of what you produce/are going to sell along with your application form, as must any returning trader who has not traded with us in the last two years.

We pride ourselves in hosting an ever-changing market that offers a wide variety of original creative work that is appealing to shoppers and gives traders a great opportunity to sell, so we place restrictions on the numbers of similar ‘trader types’ at each market, as follows:

Creative Produce (food): 4 stalls – due to the number of traders selling fabric based goods no foodstuffs with a strong aroma can be sold at our market.

Clothing: There must be a clear point of difference between clothing traders (i.e. no more than one person on any market selling baby wear)

Candles and/or melts:  2 stalls – these must be self-produced, not bought in and must carry a (Classification, Labelling & Packaging) CLP label

Jewellery: 5 Stalls – as long as all 5 are deemed to be sufficiently different

Please note: We try to ensure there isn’t too much duplication, so, for example, we wouldn’t let 4 people all selling cakes or silver jewellery on the same market either, we also reserve the right to add other restrictions, should it be considered that there is too much similarity between stallholders of other disciplines.