Saturday Market Suspension
Thank you for your continued support of Headington Market.
We had hoped that we could continue trading to offer you, our customers, an ongoing reliable and safe environment to purchase much-needed food and meals.
Regrettably however, we have come to the conclusion that given the exceptional circumstances regarding the risk posed by transmission of COVID-19, it is necessary to suspend operation of the Saturday market effective immediately.
We are investigating alternative trading platforms so that you can continue to purchase food and other items from your favourite stallholders, and look forward to updating you on these in the near future.
We will of course open again as soon as it is possible to do so safely. We also want you to know, on behalf of our traders, our manager, and our committee, how much we appreciate your custom and your continued support. We will miss seeing you at the market on Saturdays.
Health and safety risk assessment.
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Where is the Market? On both sides of London Road, from the Royal Standard as far as Kennett Road, with some stalls in New High Street. The pedestrian crossing links the two sides of the market.
Who benefits from the Market? The people of Headington get the opportunity to buy fresh, local produce; the shops of Headington find that footfall increases when the Market is open; the stall fees are used by Headington Action to fund local community causes. In short, almost everyone benefits! Do support your local Market.
When is the market? Every Saturday,
10 am–2 pm
Contact: Ewan (Market Manager) on 07590 751620
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR POTENTIAL TRADERS:
If you are interested in trading at the Market, click on the following:
Trader Information Form and
to view or download.
Email the completed form to email@example.com.
Headington Market was set up by Headington Action in September 2007. It uses the stall fees to support community activities.
Designed by Jeff McIlhinney