Bristol Indies Market
Bristol Indies' Market
The Bristol Indies' Market (formerly the Nails Market) is held outdoors on Corn Street and Wine Street, every Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
We have vacant stalls for you to sell all types of goods, such as artwork, photography and vintage clothing. We prefer goods that are produced locally or within Britain.
If you'd like to sell food dishes, you'll need to apply to one of our food markets:
Ways to trade at the Bristol Indies' Market
Initially, all traders start trading with us as casuals. After your first five trades, you can contact us to discuss becoming a regular trader.
Casual trading is first-come, first-served. You need to ring the office on the Saturday before the week you want to trade and ask for a stall.
As a regular trader, you:
- get a stall each week
- don’t have to book a stall
- are entitled to one day’s annual leave every quarter
- get charged regardless of whether you show up to trade
What you get as a trader
All traders get:
- 8ft x 8ft traditional market umbrella
- two 6ft x 2ft tables
- access to electricity
- one car parking space in a city centre location close to the market
Cost of trading at the Bristol Indies' Market
Flat rate: £20 per trade
Block booking of 6 trades: £18 per trade
Flat rate: £30 per trade
Block booking of 6 trades: £27 per trade
Friday and Saturday stalls:
After the first five times, you can:
- continue trading on a casual basis
- apply to become a regular trader
Apply to trade at Bristol Indies' Market
We want the Bristol Indies' Market to offer a wide range of products to shoppers. As we already have several traders selling jewellery at the market, we can’t offer any stalls to jewellery traders at the moment.
Before you apply, you must:
- read our Bristol Indies' Market terms and conditions (pdf, 87KB) (opens new window)
- have an insurance policy with a minimum indemnity of £5 million for Public Liability
You can get this insurance policy by becoming a member of the National Market Traders Federation. You can also get a quote from an insurance broker.
Once we've got your application, we’ll aim to review it within ten working days.