Now in its 38th year, this event is traditionally held on the Saturday of the Whitsun Bank Holiday Weekend. This year it takes place on Saturday 25th May between 2pm and 5pm and is always a fun afternoon for the whole family, come rain or shine. Last year we welcomed over 1000 visitors.

It promises a unique yet traditional fête with a host of colourful stalls set amongst thatched cottages, orchards and hay bales, with background tunes of live jazz, bell ringing and Morris Dancing. The Street stalls feature local produce including asparagus and strawberries, while local beer and cider are for sale in the beer tent. Other refreshments include – pork baps, homemade cakes, cream teas & ice creams. The market boasts plenty of stalls selling books, plants, vintage and collectibles, plus local arts and crafts. If you are a local food producer or craftsperson interested in trading at the market please contact

There’s lots for children to do as well – including a dedicated games area. We will be holding a ‘Bizarre Bazaar’ an exhibition and sale of bags, tins & scarves in the church and, weather permitting, there will be a large display of classic cars.

Entrance to the Street Market is £2 per adult, under 12s go free, and free parking is available on a first served basis.

Little Comberton Street Market is a non-profit making event that supports St.Peter’s Church and Little Comberton Village Hall.

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The Market takes place in Manor Lane, Little Comberton, Pershore, WR10 3ER