The historic buildings and streets of Derby's Cathedral quarter are transformed into a food-craft-arts focused party for one night, this market organised by Sheena Holland Markets which has run for four years is organising a CHRISTMAS market this year on November 16th 2017 which features a revolving cast of 80-200 traders. Dishes from all over the world are served from street food stalls and trucks; regular options include gourmet meats, vegan and vegetarian handmade foods and cakes piled high. A market with a festival feel threaded throughout the Cathedral area of Derby's historic buildings and streets outside in the cathedral streets, inside stalls in the pubs and clubs on the market place, Sadler Gate and this year around the cathedral. Selling handmade crafts by local Derbyshire residents and vintage clothes, accessories, arts and much more. With live entertainment the event is always held from 5 – 10pm.
Here's a pick of some of the unusual stalls on offer;
Hartland Pies served in an old antique vehicle
The Black cab Coffee Co
Four three six, a local independent fashion and music company in Derby who mix electronic music and urban art to create 'wearable releases’