What day are Oldham’s markets on?

One of the great activities that Oldham has to offer is its variety of home-grown markets full of a variety of things at a competitive price.

Across the town centre and surrounding area, Oldham has a variety of markets that offer a wide array of products to suit your needs.

These markets offer everything from Caribbean food to materials for DIY enthusiasts who are looking to start a new project.

Find below a list of all the markets in Oldham’s town centre as well as all things they have on offer.

Tommyfield Market

  • Where: Tommyfield Market Hall, Henshaw Street, OL1 1NJ
  • When: Monday – Saturday
  • Time: 9am – 5.15pm

Tommyfield market has a rich history.

At the time of writing, the market has over 115 stalls for visitors to shop at with a wide array of things to buy.

Among these stalls are an artisan cheese shop, a delicatessen, a Caribbean food takeout as well as plenty of cafes.

Tommyfield’s also has a Car Boot Sale that takes place every Sunday between 6am until 12 noon.

So, if you’ve had a recent clear out at home and want to make a bit of extra money from your unwanted items, you can be a market trader for the day and take part in the market’s stalls for just £14.50.

Curzon Street Market

  • Where: Curzon Street (Oldham town centre)
  • When Friday to Saturday
  • Time: 10am – 5pm

Curzon Street Market is based in Oldham’s town centre where shoppers can enjoy a range of stalls that include fresh meat, fashion, Caribbean cuisine, storage boxes, made to measure blinds and lots more.

Those who enjoy a bit of DIY can also find home furnishing and other materials.

Second Hand Market

  • Where: Tommyfield Outdoor Market
  • When: Wednesday
  • Time: 9am – 3.30pm

There is a selection of different stalls selling second-hand clothes, re-conditioned washers and cookers, catalogue returns, shoes and lots of items for antique hunters.

Manchester Evening News – Oldham