50 best markets
Who will buy? People with a penchant for chic vintage clothing, farm-fresh food, Art Deco cocktail cabinets and vinyl LPs, that's who. The great British market never fails to pull in a crowd. Jenni Muir and her expert panel have a good rummage on your behalf
Saturday 21 October 2000
Birmingham Farmers' Market
Oxford Covered Market
Peterborough City Market
Portobello Road Market
Brick Lane Market
Petticoat Lane Market
Alfie's Antiques Market
Ridley Road Market
Shepherd's Bush Market
Columbia Road Flower Market
Riverside Walk Book Market
Grays Antiques Market
Berwick Street Market
Leeds Kirkgate Market
York Newgate Market
York Farmers' Market
Liverpool Farmers' Market
Bolton Market Hall
Best Scotland, Wales and Jersey
St Helier Central Market
Edinburgh Farmers' Market
Dens Road Market
Women's Institute Markets
Barnstaple Pannier Market
Ashford Farmers' Market
Hampshire Farmers' Market
Southeast French Markets
Padstow Fish Market
Henrietta Green's Food Lovers' Fairs
Merton Abbey Mills
TV chef Ainsley Harriot, author of Gourmet Express (BBC Books); venison farmer and jewellery maker Nichola Fletcher, owner of Fletchers of Auchtermuchty ( www.fletcherscotland.co.uk); Phil Harriss, author of London Markets (Staple Books); Madeleine Marsh, presenter of The Antiques Show (BBC2) and editor of Miller's Collectibles Price Guide (Mitchell Beazley); Paul Richardson, author of Cornucopia, A Gastronomic Tour of Britain (Little Brown); and Jill Turton, author of Good Food in Yorkshire and Humberside (Figtree Press).
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