Category Archives: Markets

The award-winning International Market will be returning to Halifax again from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 October.  Traders from around the globe will set up stalls along Southgate, Corn Market, Russell Street and Woolshops with international cuisine, crafts and gifts   Just some of the tasty flavours which will be drawing visitors in to the… read more … about Tastes of the world at the Halifax International Market>>

International market

A celebration to mark the relaunch of Todmorden Market Hall following a £500,000 transformation will bring local people and traders together on Saturday 21 October. The free family fun day starts at 11am in Todmorden’s new-look indoor market, where Calderdale Council has invested in a range of repairs and improvements. The Mayor of Calderdale, Cllr… read more … about Celebrating a new era for Todmorden Market>>

John Walker, the manager of Calderdale Council’s markets, has been named the country’s Market Manager of the Year at the National Association of British Market Authorities (NABMA) awards.  The prestigious award was announced at NABMA’s annual conference on Monday 18 September 2017, which nearly 200 people from the markets industry attended. John has worked for… read more … about National award for Calderdale markets>>

Delivered by the team at Halifax BID in conjunction with Calderdale Markets, the tenth annual Halifax Food & Drink Festival will take place Saturday 1 & Sunday 2 July 2017. Saturday 1 July offers a live demonstration kitchen with chefs and local producers taking to the stage, around 60 exhibiting stall holders selling homemade food and… read more … about Halifax Food & Drink Festival Announced>>

Calderdale Council is about to launch a transformation programme for its various markets, by investing over £500k in roof repairs at Todmorden Market Hall and Halifax Borough Market.  The roofs of both markets are in varying states of disrepair. Work will start first at Halifax Borough Market, from Monday 3 April and is scheduled to last… read more … about Making markets fit for the future>>

Cllr Barry Collins