BLYTH MARKET IN NORTHUMBERLAND
Blyth market is a historical market that resides in the biggest town in Northumberland, lying on the north east coast, the town is approximately 13 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Whilst the town itself has seen a decline in industry, namely coal mining and shipping, the Market has survived throughout. Saturdays are the busiest of the two offical market days in the town with regular traders coming from across the region to sell their goods. From new and second hand books, bedding plants, craft goods, haberdashery to confectionary and meats Blyth Market is still one of the key focus points of the town.
Why not take a look around online and see what we have on offer or even better, get yourself down here on a Friday or Saturday.
Alternatively if you are looking for a Flea Market / Car Boot Sale, try our Wednesday morning offering for local second hand goods.
New Trade Offer
Want to receive up to £600 toward your costs of trading on Blyth Market? Quality new traders are sought to improve the market on Fridays and Saturdays. Terms and Conditions apply. For details please contact firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease note that the Wednesday market (Flea market/Car boot) is not included in the new trade offer although prices have been kept at a flat pitch fee of £14.50.