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Loughborough Vintage Market

Our Customer Service Centre on Southfield Road is now open for essential enquiries by appointment only. Please be aware that it is mandatory for face coverings to be worn on the premises. More information, including how to make an appointment, can be found in this news story.

The vintage market returned on Friday July 17, 2020.

This popular, bustling and interesting market has around 40 stalls and offers an excellent selection of antiques, books and second-hand collector’s items for sale.

The market also offers members of the public the opportunity to sell their unwanted household items.

Our weekly Friday Vintage market has grown year on year and is now a regular attraction in Loughborough Town Centre for locals and visitors alike.

We are looking to extend the market to include flora and fauna traders through the Summer to offer customers a wider range of products to browse and buy.

We have invested in new infrastructure and branding for our markets and run regular promotional campaigns through the year and pitches start at just £17 per day.

If you are interested in joining us – please email with details of your products.

Opening times

The Vintage market is held every Friday in Market Place between 9am and 4pm.

Trade on a market

If you would like to trade on our Vintage market then please contact our Markets team on 01509 634624 or email

You can also visit our trade on a market webpage for more information.


A 10ft Stall / 3m Gazebo / Single Pitch is £17.00 each.

If you require lights from September 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020 there will be an additional charge of £2 per stall.

Two tables are supplied with each gazebo and extra tables will be charged at £8.20 each.

Daily service charge for electrics (street food traders) £1.80 per appliance.

For a full list of pricing information for markets, please read the document below: 

There is additional information for those interested in trading at the bottom of this page.

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Last updated: Fri 21st August, 2020 @ 16:04