A huge thank you to everyone who has either visited, volunteered or pitched a stall at the markets in our founding year. You have all contributed to make it a great success!
We have two remaining markets in 2019 with your favourite stalls offering quality crafts, produce and provisions to take away. Don't miss out on:
SAVE THE DATE for the return on Ruddington Village Market in the new year on
Saturday 1st February 2020!
"Read all about it"
Read more about how our thriving village market came about ...
Must have fashion accessory!
Pick up a Ruddington Village Market cotton shopper bag - the latest village fashion accessory at our next market for just £3.
Browse a selection of photos of our fantastic first sell-out market!
Meet our Stall holders
See below for the 30+ confirmed stalls for our November & December 2019 markets!
Offering 6” sausage rolls and scotch eggs with fillings such as black pudding, veggie haggis and veggie Bombay potato.
The Jam Lady
Jam, pickles and marmalade from the Jam Lady.
The Bottle Top
The Bottle Top providing that essential fruit and veg.
Luxury handcrafted deliciousness from Macaron Marlo.
Elaine Smith is bringing her gorgeous vintage and upcycled wares.
Beeston Brownie Company
Gourmet chocolate brownies from the Beeston Brownie Company.
Food with provenance.
Gorgeous gourmet marshmallows from Ananda Foods.
Traditional and modern breads such as rye, spelt and corn from Turners Quality Bakers.
Fudge Glorious Fudge
Bringing us fantastic homemade fudge.
A variety of fresh free range local eggs sourced from local farms.
Hand pressed traditional cider from Woodman’s Cider.
Fabulous range of vibrant spice blends from Freshly Spiced.
Olives, samosas, curries, baklava and those giant onion bhajis from Yousif.
Feast & the Furious
Smoked food specialist Feast and the Furious bringing all things smoked along with their sauces and rubs.
Isle Home and Garden
Kitchen essentials from responsibly sourced English hardwoods by Isle Home and Garden.
N P Earth
Nuts, seeds, dried fruits and pulses from N P Earth.
Paws Doggie Bags
A total treat for all our canine visitors, handmade and healthy treats from Paws Doggie bags.
Cropwell Bishop Creamery
Local cheesemaker Cropwell Bishop Creamery.
Elms Farm local raised meat from a family butchery.
Ginger & Blue Travelling Coffee Co.
South Notts Wildlife Trusts
Spreading the word about a healthy wildlife rich natural world, South Notts Wildlife Trusts.
Lovingly homemade falafel from Falafel Baffle.
The Wildlife Trusts
Spreading the word about a healthy wildlife rich natural world, The Wildlife Trusts.
It’s all about the honey… Crown Honey from local apiaries.
Ruddington Village Stall
Don’t forget to visit the Ruddington Village Stall in the marquee. Ran by volunteers with goods and offers from the High Street and beyond.
The Sweetie Boutique
Pick ‘n ’mix, sweet trees and sweet cones from The Sweetie Boutique.
Naturally guilt free treats from Coco Indulgence.
Stay a while...
Once you’ve enjoyed the Market there is plenty more on offer in Ruddington, you can head up the high street for more independent shopping, visit one of our fascinating local history museums, take a stroll around the country park or pop into the White Horse for a refreshing pint and a bite to eat!
Did you know? Up to two adults and three children can travel to Ruddington with a Grouprider ticket for just £5! The village benefits from frequent Nottingham City Transport buses from the city - Navy 3 and Green 10 run up to every 20 minutes. Visit the Ruddy Good Day Out website for more info. Alternatively, there’s plenty of on-street parking around the village for you to come and enjoy a #RuddyGoodDayOut on Market day.
The team behind the new Ruddington Village Market is a collaboration of volunteers and local businesses headed up by the Ruddington Village Centre Partnership and The White Horse Inn.
Ruddington Village Centre Partnership
The RVCP was formed in the spring of 2018 as a response to the growing number of businesses leaving Ruddington’s High St. The RVCP is a collaboration of local business owners, Ruddington parish councillors and residents; working together to further develop a vibrant village centre, bring people together and develop opportunities for village residents.
The Ruddington Village Market is one of our exciting initiatives. A social and shopping event for all the community to be involved in.
Our main passion is to create great tasting food in a friendly and diverse atmosphere.
Local beer for local people. Since opening the White Horse we have wanted to host a farmers market, now the chance has come along we are really looking forward to seeing it grow.
We hope the community get involved and make it a great success for all concerned.
As a key member of the Ruddington Village Centre Partnership, the Parish Council is committed to and supportive of the activities of the RVCP to drive the prosperity and vibrancy of the village centre. In June 2018, the Parish Council granted funds to launch the 'Ruddy Good Offers' Loyalty Card scheme, and continues to support the initiatives of the RVCP in any way it can, including the Ruddington Village Market.
Get in Touch
General enquiriy about the Market? Don't hesitate to drop us a line...
to help spread the word...
The Ruddington Village Market will take place on the first of each month at The White Horse 60 Church Street, Ruddington, Nottingham. NG11 6HD from 9am to 1pm.
Standard spaces are for this market are an indoor 6’ table space @ £15 per market, outdoor 3m x 3m gazebo space @ £25 per market and you can hire a table and 2 chairs for £10 for the day.
The total amount will be payable on confirmation of acceptance of the application. Failure to make payment within the required timeframe may result in your application being withdrawn.
Only stallholders that have completed an application form and received confirmation from The Ruddington Village Centre Partnership (RVCP) will be allowed to attend the event. The RVCP will aim to respond to applications within 7 days of receipt.
RVCP will decide on the location of each stall, and unless otherwise specified, all stalls will be in a covered area.
Stallholders will need to bring their own table / chairs / stand equipment unless otherwise requested on the application form.
Access to the stall will be from 7.30am on Saturday 2 February 2019. Stallholders must set up their stand by 9am; stalls can be taken down at 12:30pm. The correct storage and removal of fresh produce and valuable items will be the responsibility of the stallholder. RVCP or the White Horse will not be liable for damage or loss of any equipment, produce or materials owned by the stallholder.
Stallholders are expected to staff their stall at all times throughout the duration of the market.
RVCP carefully selects stallholders to ensure that visitors have an extensive range of stalls to visit. Stallholders will only be permitted to carry out the activity / sell the produce highlighted on the application form.
RCVP and/or the White Horse reserves the right to cancel the event due to unforeseen circumstances. Stallholders will be refunded the pitch fee and any table hire fee in this instance.
All stallholders must comply with current Trading Standards and Environmental Health requirements
Stallholders must maintain their own Employee, Public (£5 million) and Product Liability Insurance. A copy of your insurance must be submitted with your registration application. Copies of your insurances must be available for inspection at the market.
RVCP maintains the right to exclude a stallholder who has breached these terms and conditions, falsified their registration application and/or verification information whose actions are not in the best interests of RVCP or the White Horse or whose behaviour is aggressive or deemed by the organisers as unacceptable.
RVCP will provide to the Stallholder space for their market stall, communications regarding market operations, advertising and marketing for the market and market day management.
All communications will be sent via email where possible and it is the responsibility of the stallholder to read and respond in a timely manner
In the event of a dispute regarding any aspect of the market, the market manager on behalf of RVCP may make a decision. Any failure to abide by the market manager’s decision may be sufficient grounds for excluding the stallholder from the market. RVCP’s decision is final.
All stallholders wanting to sell at RVCP markets will submit a completed Registration Form with a signed statement that they have read understand and agree to abide by these rules (which may be updated from time to time)
If you are unable to attend you are required to give at least one week’s notice.
RVCP realise that there are occasions when stallholders may not be able to comply i.e. illness, vehicle breakdown etc. Should this be the case stallholders should notify the RVCP as soon as practicable either by telephone or text message.
Whilst making every attempt to place stallholders in a similar position at each regular market this may not always be possible and RVCP reserve the right to alter the allocation of pitches and the stall layout from time to time.
As a safety precaution, vehicles will not be permitted onto the site between the operating hours unless making sales from vehicles by agreement with RVCP. All stallholders must arrive at least 30mins before the market start time and be ready to trade when the market starts.
Stallholders selling alcohol are required to arrange their own licences as necessary.
Smoking by stallholders and staff is strictly prohibited within the boundaries of the market/event area.
Stallholders must be courteous at all times.
RVCP operates a zero tolerance policy to aggression. Any person acting aggressively to those at the market will be asked to leave and the police may be called if appropriate.
Stalls must be clean, attractively presented and safe. Produce should be kept clean and tidy and packaging should be kept to a minimum. Stallholders must remove all refuse from the market at the end of the day and ensure their pitch is left as they found it. Each stallholder has the responsibility to reinstate their pitch or any equipment hired to them by RVCP to the satisfaction of RVCP otherwise RVCP reserves the right to have the work undertaken and charged to the Stallholder.
Stallholders must ensure that all equipment used at the market is safe, well maintained, safely operated and fit for purpose with all necessary test certificates (PAT & Gas Safe) available on request.
All stallholders must prominently display the name of the business operating the stall and a price list/price labels for all products.
RVCP and the White Horse shall be under no liability in any way for any expenditure, liability, damage or loss sustained or incurred by Stallholders because of delay or failure to perform any of its obligations if the delay or failure results from circumstances beyond its reasonable control.
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