The Village Streetmarket
Little Comberton Street Market is an annual event that was first held in 1984. It has been a major fund raiser for the village every year since then. Sadly, it was cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid pandemic.
It is hoped to go ahead with the 36th Street Market on
Saturday 29th May 2021
provided Government restrictions allow.
Little Comberton Street market committee are keen to offer visitors a truly unique traditional fête experience set amongst thatched cottages, orchards, hay bales and colourful stalls lining the lane set to background tunes of live music, bell ringing and Morris Dancing.
Manor Lane in Little Comberton is closed to traffic and the lane and nearby paddocks are lined with stalls and village activities from 2 -5 pm. It is always a fun afternoon for the whole family, come rain or shine.
Little Comberton Street Market celebrates local produce with asparagus, local beer and cider, pork baps, homemade cakes, preserves and cream teas. The market always boasts plenty of stalls selling books, plants and bric-a-brac, plus local crafts. If you are a local food producer or craftsperson interested in trading at the market please complete a booking form.
There’s loads of stuff for children too - including a dedicated games area.
Each year there is a different church exhibition by local people or groups and, weather permitting, a large display of classic cars.
Little Comberton Street Market is a non-profit making event that supports St. Peters Church and Little Comberton Village Hall. Entrance is £1 per adult. Free parking is available on a first come first served basis. For further information please also take a look at our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LittleCombertonStreetMarket1/ We look forward to seeing you at the market on the day!