St Albans has a rich history of market trading going back reportedly over 900 years and with the Royal Charter granted nearly 500 years ago.
In addition to our Charter Market on Wednesdays & Saturdays, there are a lot of regular additional markets for you to enjoy.
Our Current Markets:
Farmers Market – Every 2nd Sunday of the month
Vintage & Antiques Market – 3rd Sunday of the month
Inside Out – Artisan Market – Every Friday in Market Place
EnjoyEco Markets- Eco-friendly products & vegan food- various Sundays through the year
Vegan Markets UK – Vegan food & goods markets – various throughout the year
Real Street Food Nights – The Last Thursday of Every Month
World Market – 30th May, 25th July, 29th August 2021
Young Traders Market – 1st Thursday of each month
Every 2nd Sunday of the month
3rd Sunday of the month
Vegan food & goods markets - various throughout the year
Every Friday in Market Place
The Last Thursday of Every Month 4pm - 8pm
30th May, 25th July, 29th August 2021
New monthly night market for St Albans, championing young traders (U30)
Eco-businesses, environmental and sustainability charities and community groups!
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St Albans BID is determined to ensure that all partners, contractors and projects are selected in a wholly transparent and linear process, with high quality and value for money at the centre of that process.
Contracts with a value over £5,000 will be subject to a competitive tendering process. There are currently no tenders open with St Albans BID.
We are always looking for new dynamic board members to shape our story. Join our current board members and make a difference to your city. Our main aim is to strengthen the Board with senior levy payers from a broad background to represent a wide range of sectors such as digital, marketing, leisure, hospitality or finance, keeping a balance on age, gender and the different areas within the district. During the BID’s term, £2.5 million will be invested into the BID’s priorities: making St Albans a cleaner and safer City, driving business support, networking, and promoting an active and attractive district where businesses can start-up, stay-up and thrive.
We want to hear from senior decision makers from large organisations or SMEs that are currently BID levy payers who want to give back to the community and help improve the city by delivering the core areas within the BID business plan. Board members are expected to take a leading role alongside the BID team to help develop initiatives within the main priorities for the city.