Coronavirus Update: More traders have returned to Ipswich Market. Stalls will be spread out to enable customers to follow social distancing guidelines and the market will trade on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays only. Some traders are still offering an online and delivery service. Find out which market traders are delivering.
Ipswich Market is a small traditional market operating Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9.00am till 4.00pm located next to the Town Hall in Princes Street, Giles Circus and Queen Street. Managed by Ipswich Borough Council, the market was given its first Royal Charter in 1317 by Edward II.
With over 30 stalls there is a wide range for goods for sale from clothing and bags, plants and flowers, fresh fish and local fruit and vegetables. In addition, the new Food Quarter located in Queen Street, will showcase the very best of the Market’s street food from traditional burgers and sausages to Indian, vegan and fried chicken.
If you are thinking about becoming a market trader contact the Enterprise Team in the first instance to talk about your products and discuss your requirements. If we have a pitch available for your stall you will need to complete a market trader application form and abide by the Market Regulations.