You can pick up anything from prints to pastries at this market.
You got to love a market, especially knowing you’re getting top quality products and supporting local businesses. Luckily, Liverpudlians can do just that with The Makers Market returning to Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock this weekend.
The Makers Market celebrates local independents and takes place at a number of different locations throughout the year such as Southport, Chester, Warrington, Preston and Manchester’s Northern Quarter, to name a few. However, this market will be pitching up at Albert Dock this Sunday (August 22) and will showcase a whole host of food, drink, and art.
The market will give the people of Liverpool the chance to purchase some local farm produce, as well as artisan breads and speciality cheeses, all produced and sourced by local traders. Some food producers we’ve got our eye include Planet Doughnut serving up delectable sweet treats as well as The Biscuit Tin & Co for baked goods such as pasteis de nata, cinnamon buns, muffins and more.
Alongside delicious edible goodies, there will also be a selection of locally sourced drinks on offer such as White Bean Coffee for all your coffee needs; Tiger Tea Company selling kombucha and loose leaf tea; as well as spirit specialists Dipple Tipple offering the likes of moonshine and liqueurs in unique flavours.
Other traders include Cheshire Bath Boutique showcasing a variety of bath products, pet accessories store Ernie & Theo, and clothing brand Urban Bear. And if you’re search of the perfect gift or looking to spruce up your home with some art, you’ll find the likes of Clare Ellis Art, illustrator Christopher Walster, and print makers Homeless Ghost at The Makers Market too.
Over 50 different traders will be present at this market at Albert Dock, which is taking place for the first time this year. The Makers Market is free to attend, and will be open from 11am until 4pm. For more information head to their Facebook page here.
The Makers Market, Albert Docks, L3 4AQ