Langham Village Street Market 2023

LANGHAM VILLAGE STREET MARKET will be bigger and better than ever. Come and have a fantastic day out on Bank Holiday Monday 28 August between 10.00am and 3.00pm with 100 stalls expected selling everything imaginable.

As well as the private market stalls there will be all the usual very popular Village Hall stalls: bric-a-brac; books; tombola and a raffle with fantastic prizes. Food and refreshments will be provided in the Village Hall all day and the Wheatsheaf public house including their Barbecue on Church Street. The Grand Raffle will have a huge number of prizes including cash and various vouchers for meals/services etc. Other attractions for everybody in the family to enjoy include two displays by Rutland Morris Men, a display of Classic Cars and children’s games in the Parish Church and Churchyard. The Village Hall website will be updated with other attractions and further details when confirmed.        

The entire length of Church Street between Melton Road and the Ashwell Road will be closed to traffic with Street Market stalls spaced along Church Street including most of the Village Hall ones and others in driveways further down Church Street towards the main car parking area on Ashwell Road. A one-way system will operate again to help stall-holders in setting up before the road closure. Parking, including for the disabled, will be signposted.

To ask for application forms for Street Market pitches email or via the website below or telephone 01572 771115. There are three price bands: £15 for Langham residents, £20 for registered charities and £27.50 for commercial traders and stalls must be booked and paid for in advance. The limited number of stall positions suitable for Gazebos are likely to book up very quickly.

All proceeds from Village Hall stalls and refreshments, tombola, raffle and Street Market pitch fees will be used for Village Hall refurbishments and maintenance to benefit the whole village (charity number 522341).

See website: where a gallery of photos from previous Street Markets can be seen.