Peddler Market Wakefield is back this weekend at Tileyard North

The Peddler Market Wakefield returns this weekend.The Peddler Market Wakefield returns this weekend.
The Peddler Market Wakefield returns this weekend.
Visitors are expected to flock to Tileyard North this weekend for the next Peddler Market, which promises to be fuelled with some of the UK’s best street food, live music and more.

With free entry all weekend, guests can explore the courtyard and the Carding Shed with a plethora of dishes including Venezuelan and East Asian style street food to sourdough pizzas and gourmet burgers, provided by a variety of vendors including Brúm Mì, The Bournville Waffle Company, Good Times Tacos, Gryz Pizza, Pablos Burgers, Oh La La Fries, 7star Flagm, The Spicy Biker and The Sausage Box.

Curated by Tileyard North, live music will span the event, with live acts in the Carding Shed. Welcoming a line-up of local talent such as Paddy James Kelly, James Brander Trio, Millie Bolton, Millie Asquith and Warren Jones.

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As always, Peddler Market has curated a selection of independent makers to shop from in the Carding Shed, trading over the weekend with Bejojo Art, Nells Natural Raw Food, Broken Bones Boutique, Retro Swag Vintage and The Savvy Baker all setting up.

And, once again, neighbours over at The Hepworth Wakefield have a special offer running for Peddler Market.

On Friday, June 21, they will be holding their Midsummer Party from 7pm until 10pm. Entry is free for everyone!

On Saturday, June 22, use code PEDDLER for 50 per cent off entry at The Hepworth Wakefield from 10am to 5pm.

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If you live in Wakefield, entry is free. There are also free family activities in The Hepworth Wakefield Garden on Saturday, June 22, 11am to 4pm.

Peddler Market and Tileyard North invite the local community to join them from 5pm-11pm on Friday 21st June and 12pm-10pm on Saturday 22nd June - entry is completely free and all ages are welcome.

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