With most of us being treated to three days off work this coming bank holiday weekend, why not make the most of it and head to the new Lowry Outlet Makers Market from Saturday 27th August – Monday 29th August 2016.
Lowry Outlet, MediaCityUK, is collaborating with The Makers Market to bring its shoppers an array of quality artisan foods, drinks and award-winning craftsmen to its open-air Plaza area, with the first ever event launching on the bank holiday weekend; following that Lowry Outlet Makers Market will run on the final weekend of every month.
This bank holiday weekend, Lowry Outlet Makers Market will host 107 different stalls across the three-day launch – with stall holders changing each day, meaning there is something new to come and see. Whether it’s something for dinner, a unique gift for someone special or stocking up on those everyday essentials, Lowry Outlet Makers Market is a wonderful day out for the whole family. During the launch weekend, shoppers can browse award-winning cheeses and pies, locally brewed ales, doorstop sized brownies, posh tarts, rustic breads, vegan treats, spicy sauces, locally produced jams and chutneys and salt and spice gins. Discover vintage trinkets and handmade crafts, plus Urban Photography from Ben Sedman, potted plants by the talented couple behind Shrubbies and retro and music lead art by Salford artist, The No.71 Legends Room.
Local musicians performing, include, Trafford based, Loose Change Buskers, who have raised a staggering £285k for Cancer Research UK. They perform a lively set of classic tracks from Brown Eyed Girl to Country Road.
The Makers Market is an established artisan market, which brings together the finest and often award-wining food, drink, art and craft producers in the area; with weekly events across Cheshire, Manchester and North Wales. Lowry Outlet Makers Market will run 10am-7pm on Saturday 27th August, 11am-5pm on Sunday 28th August and 11am-6pm on Monday 29th August.
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Mason Williams is the UK Consumer PR Agency for IPREX – a $350 million network of communication agencies, with 1,800 staff and 115 offices worldwide. Read More