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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Markets

Clitheroe's Historic Market

Clitheroe is a historic market town, which has held a regular market since the Norman conquest in the 12th century.

Every endeavour is made to promote and maintain a high quality facility offering fruit and vegetables, bread and cakes, cheese and biscuits, fish, fresh and cooked meats, men's, ladies and children's fashion, underwear, pottery, craft items, curtains and fabrics, carpet & rugs, towels and household textiles, plants, electrical goods, and many more.

The site was completely redeveloped in 1995 to provide a modern and attractive facility with suitable and convenient car parking. The market was moved to the adjacent site of the old cobbled bull ring which was the centre piece of the old cattle market. The cattle market can now be found on the outskirts of Clitheroe on Lincoln's Way. The market redevelopment reflects the Council's commitment to the importance of the market and its role in the continuing success of Clitheroe as a shopping centre.


Market opening times and location

Market opening times and location

Information on market days and stalls and the location of Clitheroe Market.

Market trader information

Market trader information

Information on market stalls and availablility

Images of Clitheroe Market

Images of Clitheroe Market

A small collection of images of Clitheroe market.