A Market For The Youngsters In Chesterfield

Welcome to Chesterfield Young Persons Market

Take a look are what we have to offer

The Young Persons Market in Chesterfield has stalls which are run by youngsters. They’ll have lots on offer for people of similar age. Adults can also support them by purchasing something, perhaps for their own children.

Are you a young entrepreneur?

Come along and be a market trader for a day at Chesterfield’s Young Person’s Market. Boost up your pocket money and sell your unwanted toys and books, and clothes that no longer fit. Or if you prefer, sell your own products that you’ve either bought or made (restrictions apply to food).

Young people between the ages of 5 and 22 run this market (children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult). The stalls will be free of charge.

If you prefer buying instead of selling, come along and browse the stalls for new toys, books or clothes or grab a homemade gift for a loved one – you’re sure to find a bargain.

The Chesterfield Young Persons Market is one of the events organised as part of the Chesterfield Market Festival.

last Sunday of January, April, June and October, 11am to 3pm

Venue: Chesterfield Market

Price: Free (however booking is essential for stall holders)

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Come along and be a market trader for a day at Chesterfield’s Young Person’s Market. Boost up your pocket money and sell your unwanted toys and books, and clothes that no longer fit. Or if you prefer sell your own products that you’ve either bought or made (restrictions apply on food)
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