Cirencester

Zoom Events in Gloucestershire

Market Place

21-22 March

World Village Market 2020

International street cuisine, artisan grocery foods together with ethically traded & handmade, arts, crafts, clothing, jewellery and accessories for an original shopping experience. 

A unique street market with a festival feel on the ancient market place.

Saturday: 9.00am-5.00pm
Sunday: 10.00am-5.00pm

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Visitor Info

A truly inspiring setting in front of the wonderfully ornate St John’s Church in the centre of this traditional Cotswolds market town. There really is something for everyone within the World Village Market with some familiar stalls returning together with the new offering a mixture of great local, national and international foods and crafts.

In 1789 the opening of a branch of the Thames and Severn Canal provided access to markets further afield, by way of a link through the River Thames. In 1841 a branch railway line was opened to Kemble to provide a link to the Great Western Railway at Swindon. The Midland and South Western Junction Railway opened a station at Watermoor in 1883. Cirencester thus was served by two railway lines until the 1960s

Located on the Market Place, adjacent to the Church of St. John the Baptist, one of the largest and most elegant medieval churches in the county, Zoom Events look forward to creating a great shopping and dining experience for both the people of Cirencester and visitors from further afield.

Please note: images are representative of previous Zoom Events.

Book a stall at this event

For trader registration and event information please visit Market Square Group

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Location & Parking

Market Location

Ancient Market Place, Cirencester,
Gloucestershire

Parking

A listing  of local car parks  can be found here on the Parkopedia website. Please check times.

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Other Information

None at present

Traders

PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES

The list of traders is continually updated as the event approaches.

OTHER STALLS – CRAFT, ART, HOME, GARDEN

Emporium

Italian clothing, Indian rugs plus accessories including hats and gloves.

Fragrance Express UK

Catalytic fragrance lamps, fragrance oils and associated spares.

Charles Taylor

Handcrafted outdoor wooden garden furniture. Manufactured in the UK from high-quality Scandinavian redwood, using sustainable woods.

C.A Fossils & Crystals

Fossils and crystals from across the globe.

Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

To raise awareness about the work and local nature reserves of the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

Kim Lindsay

Hand blown crafted glass art.

Karakorum

Fairtrade baskets and highly unique decorative candles from the Mountain Kingdom of eSwatini, Southern Africa.

GROCERY FOOD

Passion du Fromage Ltd

Spanish and French saucisson, French cheese and other continental fine foods.

The Great British Cheese Company

Award winning, flavoured, waxed cheese truckles.

Mannor Limited

Olives, baklava, Turkish delight and nuts.

Cookies & Whoopies

Delicious home-baked cookies, whoopies, cakes, brownies and muffins.

Dutch Cheeseman Holland

Dutch cheese, toffee waffles and Dutch chutneys

New Zealand Alpine Honey Ltd

New Zealand has vast areas of natural wilderness which allow bees to collect nectar from pure, unpolluted sources. This is a company passionate about supporting farming that works in harmony with nature, as well as bringing some of the best honeys in the world direct to peoples tables.

Doughnutterie

Big, fluffy brioche style doughnuts topped by hand using fresh local ingredients. Some of the delicious flavours include caramel, apple crumble, Sicilian lemon and double chocolate.

HOT FOOD

Real Greek Food

Pork or chicken souvlaki

Marion’s Deli

Choose from a huge selection of German sausages served in artisan bread rolls, ‘Bratkartoffeln’, marinated pork steaks, schnitzel and a host of free toppings including sauerkraut, caramelised onions and sauces.

Thainese Street Food

A scrumptious selection of handmade Thai and Chinese street foods.

53 Festival Road

 Dutch pancakes.

BEVERAGES

Jaccs Coffee

Specialists in coffee and cocoa beans, Jaccs Coffee will be providing sumptuous hot chocolate, fresh filter coffee, tea and iced lattes.

Snow White Catering

Fresh whippy ice cream and a refreshing selection of iced lollies.

Moswick Wines & Spirits

An exciting, fun range of wines and spirits including award winning Rubis chocolate wine, V Gallery Italian Grain flavoured vodkas and Tipsy Tart flavoured gins. 

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