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Street markets

Wiltshire's markets are an integral part of the local community and provide an assortment of goods, from antiques, carpets and clothing to fresh fruit and vegetables.

By shopping at your local market, you're not only supporting local business, but you'll pick up good quality goods at great prices, and help the environment by using less packaging.

As well as our regular markets, there are also farmers' markets selling a range of local produce, and special events such as the French, Italian and Christmas markets.  

Weekly markets are run by Wiltshire council.  
If you have any enquiries you should contact markets@wiltshire.gov.uk

These markets are not run by Wiltshire Council. If you have any enquiries regarding these markets you should contact the organisers directly.

LocationContactDay and time
Salisbury market square

Guy Waterhouse


01722 342864

Tuesday and Saturday

8am - 4pm

Royal Wootton Bassett town hall, High street01793 850222


8:30am - 2:30pm


Thursday 30 November 2017, 10am – 4pm

County Hall, Trowbridge

Festive fun for all the family

This year’s Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre will take place on Thursday 30 November in the Atrium, County Hall, Trowbridge, between 10am and 4pm.

Activities and entertainment will be published in the Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre area of this page.


Bradford on Avon, Warminster, Chippenham and Corsham markets

  • The traders are responsible for removing their own rubbish and clearing their own pitch.

Calne market

  • Traders must leave their rubbish in the agreed pick up area by 1pm but must make sure their pitches are left clean and tidy. Any rubbish generated after 1pm needs to be removed by the trader
  • To report rubbish that has been at any of the weekly markets please contact us.

Salisbury and Royal Wootton Bassett markets

  • These markets come under the control of the town councils
  • Any problems with rubbish should be referred to the specific town council.

Farmers markets

  • Wiltshire Farmers Markets are responsible for clearing their own rubbish
  • To report any rubbish problems please visit the Farmers Market website
Wealth of Wiltshire Xmas Fayre

Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre

Thursday 30 November 2017, 10am to 4pm

County Hall, Trowbridge

Festive fun for all the family

For details of future Christmas Fayres, please contact events@wiltshire.gov.uk


This year’s Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre took place on Thursday 30 November in the Atrium, County Hall, Trowbridge, between 10am and 4pm


The following entertainment and activities took place

  • Local craft and gift stalls
  • Balloon making
  • Magic show
  • Christmas face painting
  • Studley Green Primary School choir
  • St John’s Catholic Primary School choir
  • Wiltshire Council choir
  • Story hunt
  • Nativity play

The following Wiltshire businesses attended the event

Positive Images
Photographic prints, greetings cards, Wiltshire calendar
Curlie's Vintage
Vintage inspired jewellery, accessories and gifts
Carol's Chutney's
Chutney's jams and pickles
The Fireside Dragon

Ceramics, cards and prints - animal themed

Rosie's Relish and Pickle
Relish, pickles, chutney and preserves
Handmade unique decorations and sculptures
Krafty Knap
Decorated decoupage products
Echolane Creative Glasswork
Fused glass, jewellery and glassware
Rosie Evitt
Upcyling books
Tinies and Arans Knitwear
Quality hand knitted, traditional and Aran clothing
Paradise Pots
Hand painted terracotta pots
It's just the thing
Oil soats, still handmade today
Daggers Veil
Cards, jewellery and gifts
Made at Cluaran
Fabric homewares and gifts
Ruth and Mauve Yummies
Cakes and chutney
Dr Quartz
Wooden carvings
Delights Celebration Party Bottles
Party lights and table lamps
Cushions Galore
Novelty handmade cushions
The Comic View
Comic sport and occuptaion paintings and coasters
Ancient Mesopotamis Gifts
The first handmade olive oil, lautel berry oil, pistachio oil and almond
Anwens and Jasmine Smart
Handmade patchwork, artwork, fabric boxes. Arts and crafts
Jennie Quigley Artist
Cards, artwork, prints, pictures, Christmas gifts, jewellery
Independent Phoenix Trader
Christmas gifts
Olly's Jollies
Eclectic range of upcycled, decoupage gifts
Emma Strange
Ceramics - mugs/jugs, ceramic flowers and earrings
Buttons and Bows Boutique
Handmade hair accessories
Handcrafts, gifts
Jelly Beans Gifts
Handmade wooden gifts
A&S Designs

Craft, sewn goods, mini macrame

Little Bee Designs
Original handcrafted giftware/home testiles, insluding tote bags, make-up bags, mugs, coasters, zip pulls, needle felt figures and kits
Phillpa Hughes
Pom poms/tassel bags, yoga bags
Hand knitted scarves
Brads Christmas gifts
Handmade rustic reindeers and Christmas gifts
Barbara's Cards
Hand crafted greeting cards and Christmas wrapping paper
Zeta Creations
Fabric accessories/gifts
Giraffe Crafts
Beaded and wireword jewellery, accessories and Christmas decorations
Lyn's Stained Glass
Stained Glass. Small Christmas themes stained glass objects
KP busy Buttons
Embroidered goods
Cobweb Jewellery
Gemstone and pearl jewellery
LJ Creations


10am - 4pmMarket stalls openAtrium
10am - 10.30amFestive rhyme timeLibrary
11am - 11.30amStudley Green School choir performanceStage
11am - 3pmGerman food stall run by EliorDining Hall
11am - 4pmBalloon modelling and magic show with Dave HickoryExhibition Space
11am - 4pm
Face painting with Fantasy FacesExhibition Space
11.30am - 11.50am
Christmas Story Time TrailLibrary
12.30am - 1pm
Wiltshire Council ChoirStage
2pm - 2.30pm
St John's Catholic Primary School choir performanceStage
2.45pm - 3pm
Bellefield School Nativity PlayLibrary/Atrium
3pm - 3.15pm
Trowbridge TedLibrary/Atrium
3.15pm - 3.45pmWinter PrincessLibrary/Atrium
3.45pm - 4pm
Trowbridge TedLibrary/Atrium
4pmEvent finishes


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Last updated: 1 December 2017 | Last reviewed: 1 December 2017