Welcome to the Whalley Artisan Market: A Ribble Valley Gem! Dive into Whalley's monthly celebration, a picturesque village cradled in the heart of Ribble Valley, that champions local craftsmanship, community spirit, and vibrant festivities.
Within our bustling market, you'll uncover a plethora of premium handcrafted treasures. Local artisans, passionate creators, and innovative makers display everything from intricate ceramics and bespoke textiles to gourmet delights.
Tantalise your taste buds with our street food trucks, presenting a global culinary journey right here in Lancashire.
Amplifying our lively ambience, relish in the melodies of gifted musicians and DJs spinning vinyl classics. And good news for pet lovers — we're paw-friendly! Your canine companions can bask in the festivities too.
Happening monthly, this is more than just a market. It's a rendezvous for discovering untapped talents, engaging with their creators, and backing local enterprises. Unravel the tales behind each craft, understand the artisans' journey, and immerse in their creative aura.
Set amidst Whalley's historic tapestry, punctuated by quaint shops and sumptuous eateries, our market becomes the quintessential spot for a delightful day out. Whether it's with family, friends, or your furry buddies, there's an adventure awaiting every visitor.
Join us for a distinctive Ribble Valley affair at the Whalley Artisan Market. We eagerly await to share this experience with you!
Whalley Festive Artisan Market is on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th November and we look forward to enjoying the festive spirit with you all.
If you're traveling by car, Whalley is easily accessible via the M6 motorway. If you're coming from the south, exit the M6 at junction 31A and follow signs for Longridge and Clitheroe. If you're coming from the north, exit the M6 at junction 32 and follow signs for Blackburn and Preston.
Once you've exited the motorway, follow signs for Whalley. The village is located just off the A59, which runs between Blackburn and Skipton. From the A59, follow signs for Whalley and look out for brown signs for the Abbey.
If you're traveling by train, the nearest station to Whalley is Clitheroe, which is served by regular trains from Manchester, Bolton and Blackburn. From Clitheroe, you can take a bus or taxi to Whalley, which is located just a few miles away.
If you're traveling by bus, there are regular services from Blackburn, Clitheroe, and other nearby towns and villages. The bus station in Whalley is located on King Street, just a short walk from the village center.
We hope you have a safe and enjoyable journey to Whalley, Lancashire, and look forward to welcoming you to our Monthly Artisan Market soon!