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Ryedale's Markets

Ryedale's Markets

There are three types of market held in the Ryedale area, normal food and goods markets, farmers' markets and livestock markets.  Some are held on a regular basis, others more infrequently.

There are four street markets in Ryedale:

Helmsley - Friday
Kirkbymoorside - Wednesday
Malton - Saturday
Pickering - Monday

Pickering Market - RyedalePickering and Helmsley markets are managed by Ryedale District Council. Malton market is managed by the Fitzwilliam Estate. Kirkbymoorside market is managed by the Memorial Hall Committee.

Pickering and Helmsley markets are managed by Ryedale District Council. Malton market is managed by the Fitzwilliam Estate. Kirkbymoorside market is managed by the Memorial Hall Committee.

Helmsley Market - Friday
This pretty market town lies right on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Duncombe Park, the ancestral home of Lord Feversham, sits in attractive parkland at the edge of the town. There is a Norman castle and an ancient market cross as well as old coaching inns and a varied selection of tearooms .

The Market is held in the central ancient Market Square every Friday and is alleged to date back to the 13th century.  A charter was created by Robert de Ros to his Burgesses of Helmsley. There is some doubt as to whether this Charter was incorporated and may have been suppressed by the Earls of Rutland around 1520, however a market has taken place on the current site since 1467.  It was originally held in the churchyard with the market cross being moved from there to its current position.  In 1670 the Duke of Buckingham established a Charter market in Helmsley establishing a weekly market and three fairs.  Between 1784 and 1861 the tolls were collected by the Thorpe family.  In 1966 the market was subject of a conveyance to the Rural District Council of Helmsley by a Vesting deed involving the Earl of Feversham Trustees.

In addition to the Market a craft fair is held most Fridays above the Old Town Hall.  New in 2017 - a new monthly artisan food market opens in Helmsley Town Hall, on the first floor in the main hall from 9am to 2pm on third Friday of each month. For further information go to the Helmsley Town Hall market website.

Parking is available at Cleveland Way (long stay) and on the Market Place (short stay) on non-market days.

Pickering Market - RyedaleKirkbymoorside Market - Wednesday
Kirkbymoorside Market is held every Wednesday 'on the cobbles' of the main street of this historic market town which is situated halfway between Thirsk and Scarborough on the southern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. The Market has been operating since 1254 and is believed to be one of the last privately run Markets.

The Market is run by the Management Committee of the Town's Memorial Hall, which was bought by the townspeople in 1920 and the market rents help to keep the Hall open for the benefit of the community.

Further information can be obtained from the administrator, Sheila Ridley, on 01439 772321 or 07881 807198.

There is also an indoor Table Top Sale & Café held in the Memorial Hall each Wednesday. The Market is easy to find – about 600m from the roundabout on the A170 and the Town Centre Car Park is only a few metres from the Market Place.

Car parking is available at Town Farm car park, High Market Place.

Malton Food Market - RyedaleMalton Market - Saturday
The historic market town of Malton although quaint and tranquil is a centre of commerce for Ryedale and the North York Moors National Park.  There are many interesting attractions in the town including a Roman fort, a museum and a restored period cinema.

The Market operates every Saturday, under the guidance of Dave Roberts, who manages the market for the Fitzwilliam (Malton) Estates. There are two livestock markets (Tuesday and Friday) each week and regular farmers markets.

Malton Market is situated in the Market Place, right in the centre of town. Free parking is available in the Market Place and a good selection of goods available.

Parking is available free of charge in the Market Place for a maximum of 2 hours and a certain amount of free on street parking for 2 hours is also available. Car Parks are located at Water Lane (long stay and short stay) and Wentworth Street (long stay).

Pickering Market - Monday
Pickering is an historic market town and the official gateway to the North York Moors National Park. It hosts the North York Moors Steam Railway which is England's longest steam railway which operates an 18 mile line to Grosmont through the heart of the North York Moors National Park. The town also boasts Pickering Castle, Beck Isle Museum, a theatre and hosts many events organised throughout the year.

Pickering is reputed to be one of the oldest towns in Ryedale, founded by the legendary King Peredurus around 270BC. The rights, privileges, perquisites, advantages and appurtenances to host markets were granted to the Local Board for the District of the Township of Pickering and their Successors. This was given at the Palace of Westminster under the seal of Our Duchy of Lancaster on 26 June 1878 and a market has taken place in this traditional market town ever since.

The Market is held every Monday in the Market Place and is popular with both locals and tourists.

Parking is available at the Ropery (short stay), Vivis Lane (long stay) and Eastgate (long stay). For more information on car parking please see the link below.

Hovingham Market - RyedaleFarmers' Markets

Malton - Cattle Market - YO17 7JN
Held on the last Saturday of the month (usually), open from 7.00 am for stall holders. Open for trade from
8:30am - 12:30pm. In conjunction with the Live Poultry Auction at 11am.

Pickering
The Old Post Office Yard (off market Place, opposite White Swan), Pickering
First Thursday in each month

Hovingham Village Market
The Hovingham Village Market is a multi-award winning community run market promoting a range of local foods, crafts and gifts from local producers, growers and artisans.

The market is held on the 1st Saturday of each month (exc January), 10:30am to 1:30pm, in the village of Hovingham. Our 2015 market dates are 4th April, 2nd May, 6th June, 4th July, 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November, 5th December and 19th December. For more information go to the Hovingham Village Market website.

Malton Food Lovers Market's
Live Cooking, live music and the freshest produce every month.  Malton Monthly Food Market is one of Yorkshire’s most renowned food markets. It is popular with all those who care about where their food is sourced and is loved by local foodies, chefs and keen amateur cooks. The market trades from 9am to 3pm. Each month it is the live cooking demonstrations, live music from The White Star Brass Band and the freshest local produce that makes the atmosphere so special.

Set in and around the Milton Rooms and located in Malton’s central Market Place the monthly market has free entry and free parking. For more information visit the Malton Monthly Food Market website.

Car Boot Sales

Hutton le Hole, Forge Field YO62 6UA.
July 3rd, 24th, 31st, August 7th, 14th & 21st.
www.facebook.com/huttonleholecarbootsales
Tel: 01751 417102 - Open to buyers 8am

Other car boot sales include Hovingham Village Car Boot, Postcode YO62 4LF.


Ryedale's Markets

Ryedale's Markets

There are three types of market held in the Ryedale area, normal food and goods markets, farmers' markets and livestock markets.  Some are held on a regular basis, others more infrequently.

There are four street markets in Ryedale:

Helmsley - Friday
Kirkbymoorside - Wednesday
Malton - Saturday
Pickering - Monday

Pickering Market - RyedalePickering and Helmsley markets are managed by Ryedale District Council. Malton market is managed by the Fitzwilliam Estate. Kirkbymoorside market is managed by the Memorial Hall Committee.

Pickering and Helmsley markets are managed by Ryedale District Council. Malton market is managed by the Fitzwilliam Estate. Kirkbymoorside market is managed by the Memorial Hall Committee.

Helmsley Market - Friday
This pretty market town lies right on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Duncombe Park, the ancestral home of Lord Feversham, sits in attractive parkland at the edge of the town. There is a Norman castle and an ancient market cross as well as old coaching inns and a varied selection of tearooms .

The Market is held in the central ancient Market Square every Friday and is alleged to date back to the 13th century.  A charter was created by Robert de Ros to his Burgesses of Helmsley. There is some doubt as to whether this Charter was incorporated and may have been suppressed by the Earls of Rutland around 1520, however a market has taken place on the current site since 1467.  It was originally held in the churchyard with the market cross being moved from there to its current position.  In 1670 the Duke of Buckingham established a Charter market in Helmsley establishing a weekly market and three fairs.  Between 1784 and 1861 the tolls were collected by the Thorpe family.  In 1966 the market was subject of a conveyance to the Rural District Council of Helmsley by a Vesting deed involving the Earl of Feversham Trustees.

In addition to the Market a craft fair is held most Fridays above the Old Town Hall.  New in 2017 - a new monthly artisan food market opens in Helmsley Town Hall, on the first floor in the main hall from 9am to 2pm on third Friday of each month. For further information go to the Helmsley Town Hall market website.

Parking is available at Cleveland Way (long stay) and on the Market Place (short stay) on non-market days.

Pickering Market - RyedaleKirkbymoorside Market - Wednesday
Kirkbymoorside Market is held every Wednesday 'on the cobbles' of the main street of this historic market town which is situated halfway between Thirsk and Scarborough on the southern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. The Market has been operating since 1254 and is believed to be one of the last privately run Markets.

The Market is run by the Management Committee of the Town's Memorial Hall, which was bought by the townspeople in 1920 and the market rents help to keep the Hall open for the benefit of the community.

Further information can be obtained from the administrator, Sheila Ridley, on 01439 772321 or 07881 807198.

There is also an indoor Table Top Sale & Café held in the Memorial Hall each Wednesday. The Market is easy to find – about 600m from the roundabout on the A170 and the Town Centre Car Park is only a few metres from the Market Place.

Car parking is available at Town Farm car park, High Market Place.

Malton Food Market - RyedaleMalton Market - Saturday
The historic market town of Malton although quaint and tranquil is a centre of commerce for Ryedale and the North York Moors National Park.  There are many interesting attractions in the town including a Roman fort, a museum and a restored period cinema.

The Market operates every Saturday, under the guidance of Dave Roberts, who manages the market for the Fitzwilliam (Malton) Estates. There are two livestock markets (Tuesday and Friday) each week and regular farmers markets.

Malton Market is situated in the Market Place, right in the centre of town. Free parking is available in the Market Place and a good selection of goods available.

Parking is available free of charge in the Market Place for a maximum of 2 hours and a certain amount of free on street parking for 2 hours is also available. Car Parks are located at Water Lane (long stay and short stay) and Wentworth Street (long stay).

Pickering Market - Monday
Pickering is an historic market town and the official gateway to the North York Moors National Park. It hosts the North York Moors Steam Railway which is England's longest steam railway which operates an 18 mile line to Grosmont through the heart of the North York Moors National Park. The town also boasts Pickering Castle, Beck Isle Museum, a theatre and hosts many events organised throughout the year.

Pickering is reputed to be one of the oldest towns in Ryedale, founded by the legendary King Peredurus around 270BC. The rights, privileges, perquisites, advantages and appurtenances to host markets were granted to the Local Board for the District of the Township of Pickering and their Successors. This was given at the Palace of Westminster under the seal of Our Duchy of Lancaster on 26 June 1878 and a market has taken place in this traditional market town ever since.

The Market is held every Monday in the Market Place and is popular with both locals and tourists.

Parking is available at the Ropery (short stay), Vivis Lane (long stay) and Eastgate (long stay). For more information on car parking please see the link below.

Hovingham Market - RyedaleFarmers' Markets

Malton - Cattle Market - YO17 7JN
Held on the last Saturday of the month (usually), open from 7.00 am for stall holders. Open for trade from
8:30am - 12:30pm. In conjunction with the Live Poultry Auction at 11am.

Pickering
The Old Post Office Yard (off market Place, opposite White Swan), Pickering
First Thursday in each month

Hovingham Village Market
The Hovingham Village Market is a multi-award winning community run market promoting a range of local foods, crafts and gifts from local producers, growers and artisans.

The market is held on the 1st Saturday of each month (exc January), 10:30am to 1:30pm, in the village of Hovingham. Our 2015 market dates are 4th April, 2nd May, 6th June, 4th July, 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November, 5th December and 19th December. For more information go to the Hovingham Village Market website.

Malton Food Lovers Market's
Live Cooking, live music and the freshest produce every month.  Malton Monthly Food Market is one of Yorkshire’s most renowned food markets. It is popular with all those who care about where their food is sourced and is loved by local foodies, chefs and keen amateur cooks. The market trades from 9am to 3pm. Each month it is the live cooking demonstrations, live music from The White Star Brass Band and the freshest local produce that makes the atmosphere so special.

Set in and around the Milton Rooms and located in Malton’s central Market Place the monthly market has free entry and free parking. For more information visit the Malton Monthly Food Market website.

Car Boot Sales

Hutton le Hole, Forge Field YO62 6UA.
July 3rd, 24th, 31st, August 7th, 14th & 21st.
www.facebook.com/huttonleholecarbootsales
Tel: 01751 417102 - Open to buyers 8am

Other car boot sales include Hovingham Village Car Boot, Postcode YO62 4LF.


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Things to do during your stay

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What's On during your stay

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