The organisers of Levenshulme Market will pilot a new monthly street market in the Northern Quarter over the next three months. Taking place on the third Sunday of March, April and May – with the option to extend the trial if successful – the market will be situated on Hilton Street and in Stevenson Square. Both will be closed to traffic for the venture, which will be open from 11am until 4pm and feature around 30 stalls showcasing local, independent traders. The first outing on Sunday 15 March will include food from the likes of Ginger’s Comfort Emporium, Chinese Jian bing, Polish dumplings and a Jamaican barbecue courtesy of Soup Kitchen, with an outdoor seating area offering music by Leonard Skully Records – the team behind Kraak. Other foodie options will come from Tarn Farm (organic cheese, eggs and butter), Manchester Veg Boxes (organic fruit and veg) Savin Hill Farm (locally farmed meat), Bakerie (bread and wine) and Tatton Brewery ales. The full line-up of stall holders will be announced in the week leading up to each event.

Sun 15 Mar, Sun 19 Apr & Sun 17 May, Hilton Street and Stevenson Square, Northern Quarter, 11am – 4pm,, @nqmarketmcr

Sun 15 Mar - Sun 17 May
Chris Horkan
Published on:
Fri 15 May 2015