Interested in becoming a trader? We offer discounts when traders use more than one stall and we also have a popular kipper season from 1 January to 31 March when all rates are reduced by £5. New traders who stand for up to three months continuous paid trading, receive one week free for each month.
To become a trader you will need to provide us with:
- photographic ID
- proof of Public Liability Insurance
- Food Hygiene and Food Rating, if applicable.
We are looking for new product lines to join our new and improved market including: crafts, household and gardening, haberdashery, hair and beauty, health products, crockery, soft furnishing, party goods, clothing and hot food stalls.
Goods not welcome on Mansfield Market include stolen goods, counterfeit goods, unsafe goods, tobacco products (duty unpaid), alcoholic goods, offensive weapons, fireworks, items of a pornographic nature.
If you are interested in becoming a a casual trader on mansfield market you can apply before attending by completing our casual traders application form.
If you wish to become a regular trader a stall will be allocated to you. Stalls are allocated every two weeks. You can apply for a regular stall by completing our regular traders application form.
We are currently looking for new product lines to join our Market Place. All our stalls have fixed roofs and lighting. Stalls start from just £6 a day and includes free parking for stall holders.
We also offer incubation units to new traders, in which you can trade for free for three months, then have discounted rates for a further nine months. Terms and conditions apply.
If you're interested in taking up a stall on our market, we would love to hear from you. Call us on 01623 463073 or email us for further details.
The Real Deal
We are committed to quality at Mansfield Market. Buyers should be confident that goods purchased here are legitimate, safe and as described. The Real Deal campaign is very important to us. Goods not welcome on Mansfield Market include stolen goods, counterfeit goods, unsafe goods, tobacco products (duty unpaid), alcoholic goods, offensive weapons, fireworks, items of a pornographic nature. If you are concerned illegal goods are being sold, please contact us on 01623 463733 or Nottinghamshire County Council Trading Standards (opens in new window).