Shop at North Lincolnshire’s Markets

Here in North Lincolnshire we have a great tradition of markets stretching back over 800 years. From our vibrant general markets in Ashby, Brigg and Scunthorpe, to our FARMA-accredited Brigg Farmers’ Market, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

People are rediscovering their local market for great value, great quality and great choice. Our traditional butchers can offer every imaginable cut of meat and can inspire you with recipe ideas. The choice of fruit and vegetables can rival the largest of supermarkets!

Instead of spending your free time queuing at supermarket checkouts, check out your local market. You’ll get service with a smile and find some fantastic offers of the day too, with the best produce at the best price.

But it isn’t all food. Whether you are treating yourself, pampering your pet, planning a wedding, or simply enjoying your favourite hobby – you can be sure that you’ll find what you need at one of our markets.

There’s a real buzz to market shopping. Get to know our friendly traders and you’ll be the first to hear about seasonal offers and new recipes. Bring the family to enjoy our regular events; our markets make shopping an enjoyable experience!

There’s free car parking at our markets too. There is two hours free parking on offer in all our car parks and free parking every weekend, giving you plenty of time to explore our markets in Ashby, Scunthorpe and Brigg.

Market day: Thursday

Address: Broadway, Ashby High Street, Scunthorpe DN16 2SN

Parking: Two hours free parking at any of our car parks in Ashby.

This popular outdoor market offers everything from delicious fresh fish, fruits and vegetables to toys and treats for your pet!

Items on sale include:

Clothing, handbags and accessories, cosmetics and toiletries, home essentials, quality fresh flowers and plants, coats and safety wear. If you are interested in becoming a trader at Ashby Market, information on how to apply can be found on our market trader information page.

Market day: Thursday with a smaller market on a Saturday. Brigg Farmers’ Market is on the fourth Saturday of the month.

Address: Market Place and Wrawby Street, Brigg DN20 8ER.

Parking: Two hours free parking close to the market.

Brigg’s traditional street market takes place in the heart of this historic town area and offers great quality, great value and great choice.

There’s a good selection of quality fruit and vegetables, plus local eggs, Grimsby fish, home baked cakes, buns and pastries.

Items on sale include:

Quality seasonal plants and bulbs, affordable fresh flowers and house-plants, pick and mix sweets, pet foods and accessories, sheepskins, cowhides and gloves, computer accessories, olives and delicatessen, ladies clothing, shoes, slippers, books, jewellery, watch batteries and straps.

If you are interested in becoming a trader at Brigg Market, information on how to apply can be found on our market trader information page.

Market days:

Tuesday to Saturday – from 8am to 5pm.

The Food Court is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 8am to 6pm. Access to The Food Court is through the Sky Bridge adjacent to Vue Cinema.

Address:  St John’s Market, 29 Jubilee Way, Scunthorpe DN15 6RB

Parking: Two hours free parking is available in the Parishes multi-storey car park, and parking is free after 2pm and on weekends. There is direct access to St John’s Market from level two of the multi-storey car park over the Sky Bridge.

Opened in March 2019 following a multi-million pound investment, St John’s Market is North Lincolnshire’s biggest market with two floors bringing over 70 traders under one roof.

You will be amazed at the variety of produce on offer, including the freshest cuts of meat and fillets of fish prepared by our traditional butchers, greengrocers and fishmongers.

Items on sale include:

  • Continental meats and cheeses
  • Pies, jams and cakes
  • Quality seasonal plants and bulbs, flowers and house plants
  • Pick and mix sweets
  • Pet foods and accessories
  • Handmade and personalised gifts
  • Mobile phone accessories
  • Ladies’ and gents’ clothing, footwear and accessories
  • Gold and silver jewellery
  • Books, CDs, DVDs and vinyls
  • Clocks, watch batteries and straps
  • Hairdressers
  • Cards and wrapping paper
  • Knitting wools and patterns
  • Wedding planning
  • and much more

You can find out how to become a trader at St John’s Market on our market trader information page.