A Royal charter was granted in 1248 by Henry lll to hold a market on Tuesdays and from this time onwards Settle grew as a place for trading and commerce
The central Market Place is surrounded by shops and cafes, an impressive listed, recently refurbished Town Hall and The Shambles, are all part of the attractive backdrop to Settle Market.
The 30+ market stalls host an excellent range of local Yorkshire Dales farm produce and high quality retail goods at great prices.
The Victoria Hall (England’s oldest surviving music hall) is within a few strides of the Market Square and provides an additional indoor market venue. Selling cards, gifts, bric-a- brac, home baking, stationary and bespoke jewellery and fabric.
Free coach parking at the Whitefriars car park located 100 yards from the market place provides ample parking and toilet facilities.
A warm welcome is extended to all coach travellers
Coach drivers receive concessionary prices at local cafés on production of their identification in appreciation of their custom.
Group Organisers and Coach Operators should contact the Market Superintendent Marjorie Tindale or alternatively the Town Clerk Rebecca Hill on 01729 823617 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details about Settle Market visit the website