About Blyth Market
Blyth has had a market in the town since the late 1700’s and was originally located on Beaconsfield Street; then Cowpen Square; before moving to the town centre in the 1850’s. This area of land was donated to the people of Blyth as a market square by two local sisters.
During 2007 work began on upgrading the market square which was completed in 2009 providing a newly surfaced market square complete with tree planting, seating, a water feature and lighting.
Becoming a Trader
The cost of running a Market stall does vary depending on the Market you are trading at and the size of the Market stall that is used to display your products. To discuss prices for setting up your Market stall, having a stall provided or any other general enquiries please contact Neil Brown, markets manager for Blyth on 07909 688174 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Traditional market stalls are provided by regular traders who sell a wide range of products such as scarves, clothes, household goods, pet bedding and sundries, garden ornaments and a wide range of nursery plants, sweets and fruit & veg. There may also be a hot food stall selling teas, coffees and sandwiches.
Due to weather and stock availability we cannot guarantee the frequency of traders attendance at your local market.
To discuss any discounts being offered to Traders on Northumberland County Council Markets, please contact the Market Manager on the number above.