For the best in arts, eats, beats and vintage goodies, head to Stevenson Square for a sun-drenched August day out at the Makers Market Sunday social. The Northern Quarter patch is ready-made for its monthly visit by the North West’s favourite collection of local crafters, foodies, creatives and traders, featuring snacks such as Gingers Comfort Emporium’s coolly inventive ice creams, a refreshing Parched Tea brew or Bakerie’s delectable cheeses and wines. Pedestrianised, lined with stalls crammed with local produce and bustling with activity, the famously artisan district welcomes all who seek new designs for your house (William Broughton Pottery, Mark Bird Illustrations and Rewind Watches’ timepieces among them) and fresh produce for your dinner table – chutneys, cakes, breads, scones, pastries, pies, chocolates. You name it, you’ll find it at the Makers Market.

Sun 14 Aug, Makers Market, Stevenson Square, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M1 1DB, 11am-5pm, FREE,

Sun 14 Aug
Ian Pennington
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Mon 8 Aug 2016