Ely Markets is hosting its annual Vegan and
Vintage Fair this May bank holiday weekend. This popular event brings together
an eclectic mix of vegan food alongside vintage and retro stalls.
“We’re delighted to be hosting our third
annual Vegan and Vintage Fair again this year,” says Julia Davis of Ely
Markets. “It’s a brilliant event for all the family with a unique mix of
delicious food, quirky stalls and retro fun.”
There will be a diverse range of vegan food
available – from vibrant street food to delicious cakes and bakes. Visitors
should also look out for vegan beauty and lifestyle products, plus ethical
As well as sampling vegan food, visitors
can also browse a selection of retro-inspired stalls. There will be all kinds
of vintage and upcycled furniture – plus collectables, clothes and
“This year there’ll be everything from
mid-century furniture and glass to vinyl records and vintage fashion,” says
Julia. “People love the unique combination of delicious vegan food and eclectic
retro stalls. So, whether you’re curious about vegan food, or a fan of vintage
style, come and explore our Vegan & Vintage Fair this bank holiday with
your family and friends and discover something new.”
Ely Markets’ Vegan and Vintage Fair will take place on Sunday 5 and Bank Holiday Monday 6 May 2019 from 10am – 4pm. Vegan food will available be on Dolphin Lane and the vintage stalls will be on the main Market Place. There will also be a bar, traditional bank holiday market stalls and street food plus children’s entertainment. Ely Markets regular weekly Craft, Food & Vintage Market takes place as usual on Saturday 4 May on Market Place and Dolphin Lane.
A free, family-friendly two-day event for vegans, v-curious, lovers of good food and all things vintage.
On Sunday 30th April and Bank Holiday Monday the 1st May, we are proud to announce our Ely Markets Vegan and Vintage Fair, the next in our series of events celebrating the diversity of the market. Running from 10am-4pm on both days, discover the region’s best vegan producers, vintage and vinyl, street food and bar, plus plenty to keep the children entertained.
Julia Davis of Ely Markets said “Ely Markets is pleased to host a fantastic event for the May Day Bank Holiday weekend. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re a foodie or just love vintage, come along to Ely market place on Sunday and Monday to check out some new tastes and browse the great choice on offer.”
Discover “Vegan Alley” along Dolphin Lane – aka a selection of much loved vegan stalls which feature twice a month at Ely Farmer’s Market with special guests. Traders confirmed already include KuraKura, Miss Molly & Food by Lizzi. Check out our vintage traders on Ely Market Place, browse everything from antique to mid-century, retro and almost modern alongside regular food and craft stalls from our weekly Sunday Market.
Bank holiday weekend is a wonderful time to visit Ely with foodie events taking place throughout the city – we look forward to welcoming you to the vegan and vintage fair – come along and show you love your local market!