This weekend sees the launch of The Makers Market in Hope Street.
The new monthly event is being launched by The Makers’ Market, the leading artisan market company in the North West of England.
Their first event will be on Sunday September 24th and following that the third Sunday monthly.
Lisa from The Makers’ Market says: “The new pop up event will be located at the awesome Blackburne House, off Hope Street, and will showcase award winning local food, drink, art, craft producers and vintage artisans, as well as music, performance, cookery demonstrations and activities for our mini market visitors.”
Those with long memories will recall the brilliant Hope Street Feast, which always happened in September. Sadly, the feast is no more, but now a new event will give artisan producers a chance to show off their wares on one of the city’s most iconic streets.
“If you love unique art, quirky modern craft or vintage the Liverpool Makers’ Market at Hope Street will have an abundance of frankly stupendous stalls set to inspire,” says Lisa.
“If food and drink is more down your street then fear not as we will have those taste buds tingling in no time at all. Stroll around the market, meet the producers and of course sample the delights on offer.
“The Makers Market is a superb opportunity to find out the origins of your food, meet the maker, feast your eyes upon some goodies and fill those shopping bags whilst indulging in some good conversations with our team and traders. We look forward to welcoming you to Hope Street Makers Market on Sunday September 24.”
The market runs from 11am – 4pm at Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, Liverpool, L8 7PE.