COVID-19 Coronavirus update from organisers 18th March 2020:
“We are sorry to announce that we are cancelling our market on Saturday 4th April. While there is not currently an official ban in place for events like Ruddington Village Market, the health and safety of our community of visitors, volunteers, traders and fellow residents of Ruddington is paramount.
“We are acutely aware of how the social distancing measures will affect both us and Ruddington busineses. These are unprecedented times and small independent businesses and sole traders need their loyal customers now more than ever. Keep an eye on Ruddington Village Market on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter as we’ll be continuing to post about the many brilliant traders and retailers of Ruddington.”
Information for when it resumes…
Between 9.00am and 12.30pm around three dozen stalls are set up in and around the popular pub on Church Street – offering a variety of produce, confectionery, quality crafts and provisions to take away. They are run by both existing village retailers and popular market traders from across the region. There are also refreshments, children’s activities and live performances from local talent – and entrance is FREE.
You can discover which stalls and attractions will be at the next Ruddington Village Market >>HERE<<.
Once you’ve enjoyed the Market there is plenty more on offer in Ruddington to continue your #RuddyGoodDayOut. You can head up the high street for further independent shopping, visit one of our fascinating local history museums, take a stroll around Rushcliffe Country Park or pop into one of our many pubs or cafés for lunch.
Visitors from outside the village are encouraged to make use of Nottingham City Transport‘s Navy 3 or Green 10 buses, which both stop right outside The White Horse. Whilst there is some parking, it does get especially busy on Market Day.