It’s been a tough few weeks for Manchester’s street food and drink scene. However with lockdown restrictions starting to ease, a glimmer of light can be glimpsed at the end of this daunting COVID-19 tunnel. Following updated guidelines, Levenshulme Market has revealed that it will return on Saturday 27 June, offering a slightly tweaked service to ensure the safety of both visitors and traders alike. In order to comply with new hygiene measures, the ever-popular Levy Market will be letting the social aspect of its events take a temporary backseat, instead shifting focus onto shopping and retail. All the usual food, drink and independent craft traders will be present, with added grocery stalls to help visitors pick up their household essentials. Entrance to the market will be monitored to ensue proper social distancing measures are upheld and the market’s new shop and go service encourages visitors to grab what they need and enjoy it off-site. Like most of us, their team are keen to return to some form or normality as soon as possible and hope to revert Levy Market back to the sociable hub of community and culture we all know and love as soon as logistically possible. Keep an eye on their website for updates and news of future market dates.

Sat 27 Jun, 10am - 4pm, Levenshulme Market,
Stockport Road, Levenshulme, Manchester, M19 3AB
, Free
Simon Bland
Published on:
Wed 17 Jun 2020