Heanor Market
  • Market Place
    DE75 7AA
Heanor Market is a growing, thriving market in Amber Valley, which attracts visitors from all over Heanor and Ripley as well as Derbyshire and even Nottinghamshire.

Heanor is an historical market town, and the market forms an important and integral part of the economy and fabric of the area.

Controlled and operated by the Heanor Traders Association since July 2012, the market now boasts nearly 20 regular stalls, offering a wide range of products, including

  • Butchers
  • Fruit and Vegetables
  • Ladies clothing
  • Pet food
  • Freshly ground coffee
  • Bread
  • Jewellery
  • Underwear
  • And many other guest stalls every week. 

Many of the stallholders are local people and all have a friendly word and a happy smile for all their customers, old and new.

There's a great feeling of camaraderie and fun on Heanor Market, meaning even the coldest dreariest market days are bright and interesting.

Main market days are Friday and Saturday, with speciality markets throughout the year, including a brand new Farmers Market on the third Saturday of every month with more to be announced throughout the year. 

Getting to Heanor Market is really easy - free parking* is available either within the Market Place or in  any of the other town centre car parks, and there are bus stops from most local destinations right in front of the stalls. 

The Association, with the help of their dedicated Market Manager, is determined to continue to expand and grow the market to offer an unrivalled range of products and stalls.  

If you're interested in standing on Heanor Market and selling your products, give the Market Manager a call on 07447252419 to discuss the fantastic low rents and amazing incentives available to new stallholders and market traders.

*by voucher redemption at retailers participating in the Heanor Parking Payback Scheme - look out for the posters around town. 

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