Welcome to Cottingham Market
A local market with a variety of stallholders for local produce, craft and every day items, held in the heart of Cottingham.
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Cottingham, which claims to be the largest village in England, is close to both Hull & Beverley. Having been granted a royal charter by King John in 1199, the village holds a popular market in the Market Green every Thursday with a variety of traditional and modern stalls.
Visitors to the market can experience first hand the friendly atmosphere that has been forged by a vibrant mix of stalls with traders selling an array of artisan foodie treats alongside traditional stalls selling more essential goods.
Cottingham has two Victorian high streets, Hallgate and King Street which cross in the centre of the village.
Cottingham is also where the famous poet Phillip Larkin is buried. Larkin lived locally while working as the head librarian at the University of Hull, until he died in 1985.
Interested in trading at an East Riding market?
Find out how to apply for trader space at local markets on the eastriding.gov.uk website.Visit eastriding.gov.uk
There is plenty of parking around the town of Cottingham that is within easy walking distance to the market. Please note, the road and car parking places are closed for the duration of the market, plus time for setting up and packing away. All stallholder vehicles must be moved before the market opens.
The King Street bus stop is directly beside Cottingham Market. Cottingham train station is a 10 minute walk away.
Find bus and train times as well as community transport options on eastriding.gov.uk.
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