As spring is approaching, Trowbridge is ready to welcome back the popular monthly street market which is held at Innox Mills. With its first date of Sunday April 18th on the horizon, the market will host a range of stalls offering a mix of artisan products, street food, local produce and vintage clothing.
Rather than its former location in the former Bowyers car park, the market will now be held in the historic buildings at Innox Mills, where visitors can enjoy live music while they browse the stalls. The new indoor location will consist of the Grade II-listed Innox Mills building, the former dye house, brewery and cloth factory along the riverside, which date back to the 19th century. As can be expected, social distancing measures will be in place to protect visitors and stallholders, including a one-way system.
An Innox Mills spokesperson said “Providing the lockdown restrictions continue to ease as planned, we’re excited to be bringing Innox Market back to Trowbridge, and expect it to be as popular as ever. Following the success of the Christmas market in these buildings, it was felt that once again they would also provide an ideal setting for the regular market.” It is hoped that future markets will be able to feature a street food courtyard with a seating area, if and when restrictions are permanently lifted.
The planned Innox Mills development, which plans to include 300 new homes, will also be the location of a number of food and drink outlets, together with various leisure facilities. Innox Mills are keen to create an exciting new quarter of the county town, and by encouraging people to spend the day in Trowbridge, hope to garner further interest in the development. Plans are also in place for events such as a beer festival, a motor exhibition, amongst others.
Proposed dates for the Innox Market on the third Sunday of each month are April 18th, May 16th, June 20th, July 18th, August 15th, September 19th, October 17th and November 21st.
For further details on how to be part of this, stall holders, musicians and street entertainers should call 07795 321535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.innoxmarket.co.uk.: for more information on the Innox Mills Development and future events, visit: www.innoxmills.co.uk.