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Bury’s Street Market’s – Clothing & Fashion

Clothing & Fashion

From top to toe, and underneath, you can be sure the Bury Market has you covered. Italian shirts, shoes and underwear, high street fashions, belts, jewellery and watches.


Dawn’s Underwear & Nightwear

With a staggering range of night and underwear, Dawn’s stall is proudly at the top of the Buttermarket close to Sports Direct.

Italian Fashions For Males

Toni Giangrande displays his “Italian Fashions for Males”, and he assures me they are from Italy… With Toni’s style, you KNOW he knows what looks good!

Shahid

The bright eyed Shahid with ladies fashions will brighten up your day.

Quite Nice Clothing

Quite Nice Clothing is usually next to Susan Barringtons Belts, but this is Clara, and her range covers Monsoon, Next, Boden, Phase Eight, Per Una, Fat Face and many more… all at affordable prices.

The Italian Leather Handbag stall is operated by Alan Williams, and the name of his stall is “Chop Chip Kitchenware”, but he chose to change lines, and keep the business name. Mer Hussein is also seen here, proudly displaying a big range of bags and holdalls.



Ding Dong – Cara Button calling representing Avon – email her here

Susan Barrington is here to tell you to brace your self and belt up!

But watch it, Wayne is just round the corner with “The Watch and Battery” Stall.


Robert Harper has a dazzling array of jewellery and watches on the “Harper Jewellery” stall and he has a Facebook page too.

To compliment your Italian shirt, how about about a pair of Shoes from James Mannings “J & H Shoes” stall?


You don’t have to travel to London to see “Park Lane Wardrobe” because Dawn Killick has brought it to Bury St Edmunds

Joanna Holmes brings “Jo’s Mobile Boutique” to town with a dazzling array of outfits and hats to suit so many occasions.


Wednesdays, Saturdays 8am-4pm and Specialist Market’s

from Street Food Nights to Farmers’ Market’s

For Bury Market Memories Click HERE

 

We are always looking for new interesting stalls for our market and can offer help, support and advise to new traders. All you need to start trading is a gazebo, public liability insurance and your stock – you are then ready to go. For certain products and new businesses we do have gazebos we can lend out and insurance for a year can start at £60.

If you are interested please contact Sharon Fairweather, Market Development Officer for further information.

Bury’s Street Markets Home Page

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