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There’s “snow” place like Grimsby Top Town Market this advent

8:16 am, Friday, 1st December 2023 - 7 months ago


The most wonderful time of the year is finally here. The market is now fully decorated for Christmas and the traders are busy getting in the spirit by decorating their stalls. Make a trader’s day when you vote for them as your favourite festive decor in the best dressed stall competition.

To celebrate the festive season, Grimsby Top Town Market are running an advent calendar showing the wonderful products that the traders will be offering throughout December. There may even be an offer or two thrown in there so be sure to check the market’s social media daily so you don’t miss out on something special.

Deals to keep an eye out for include free jewellery cleaning at Graham Thompson Jewellery, 10% off collectable items at K P Collectibles and £5 off meat orders over £50 at Carls meats!

From Thursday 14 to Saturday 23 December the market will be open every day to give you as much opportunity as possible to get everything you need for Christmas.

  • Thursday 14 December to Saturday 16 December – 9am – 4pm
  • Sunday 17 December – 9am – 3pm
  • Monday 18 to Saturday 23 December – 9am – 4pm
  • Sunday 24 to Wednesday 27 December – Closed
  • Thursday 28 to Saturday 30 December – 9am – 4pm
  • Sunday 31 December to Monday 1 January – Closed
  • From Tuesday 2 January – Open as usual

The market will also be welcoming a variety of pop-up stalls on the run up to Christmas, each bringing some lovely gift ideas. Look out for details on social media.

If you would like to join the market on a pop us stall then take advantage of the current offer of £20 for one day and £30 for two days in the same week. Email [email protected] to take advantage of this reduced rate.

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