LLANDRINDOD WELLS ARTISAN MARKET
About the Artisan Market
Llandrindod Wells Artisan Market was established a few years ago to provide a 'shop window' for local artists, crafters, makers & producers of local goods.
Over the duration, we have welcomed many local traders to the Market, selling a variety of hand made goods.
After a brief break in 2019, the Artisan Market was set to return in Spring 2020, with a change of day - moving from a Sunday to a Saturday, then the horrendous pandemic changed everything. So, here we are, a tad longer than expected, about to re-launch the Artisan Market in 2021.
Visiting the Artisan Market
Due to the current restrictions issued by Welsh Government, Pavilion Mid Wales will be operating Covid measures in accordance with the guidance:
Facemasks must be worn inside the venue (unless you have an exemption)
2metre social distancing
A one way system around the venue will be implemented
NHS Track & Trace (it is a requirement in Wales that we record some details of all visitors to the Artisan Market)
The safety of our staff, our traders and members of the public is paramount in our activity,
Become a Trader
If you are interested in trading at the Artisan Market, please complete and submit the form:
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