Vegan market will return to Peterborough

Peterborough’s vegan market will return to the city centre next weekend after a break since the Covid-19 lockdown.
Peterborough Vegan Market is back. EMN-200409-115155001Peterborough Vegan Market is back. EMN-200409-115155001
Peterborough Vegan Market is back. EMN-200409-115155001

With a buzzing vegan and foodie scene, the Peterborough Vegan Market runs on the Cathedral Square, by the Peterborough Cathedral, right in the centre of the city, on several Saturdays throughout the year.

Organisers, who work with the city council to put on the events, say they often see 1,000-1,300 visitors making a special trip on the day in addition to the high footfall the city centre experiences on a typical Saturday.

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It will be held on Saturday, September 12, from 10.30am to 4pm, featuring up to 40 traders selling a variety of vegan fast food, healthy eats, artisan savouries, sweet bakes, craft cheeses, handmade cosmetics, ethical clothing, locally made arts and crafts and charity stalls.

The market has operated since April 2019 and has been a hit with the local community.

Any new traders can apply to join in by filling in the application forms at:

Catering vans are permitted, use of gas bottles is permitted and a limited number of power points are available. Tables and gazebos can also be hired. Parking of vehicles at the railway station car park.

The next one is set to take place on November 28.