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Stockbridge Makers Market – 11/05/2024

Saturday May 11th, 2024
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Stockbridge Town Hall is in the idyllic town of Stockbridge in the Test Valley.

A shoppers delight with the River Test running through it and lots of stylish shops, galleries and coffee shops.

Arrival to set-up from 8.15am and no later than 9am.

There is no parking at the Town Hall but you can safely stop out the front to unload.

Stockbridge has free parking up and down both sides of the street and along from the main roundabout at the top of the town.

Tear-down is from 4.00pm.

We provide tables and chairs for this event.

There is a small price increase for 2024.

Cost is now £36 per 6ft table space

Lying in the heart of Test Valley, the wide picturesque Stockbridge High Street reflects its early role as part of a drovers road where it was common to see flocks of sheep or herds of cattle being driven through the town on route from Wales. Seek out the Drovers House and you can still spot a sign in Welsh.

The town of Stockbridge with its long and varied history has inspired many poets over the years and there is a trail of 10 poems, set in stone, metal plaques and etched glass, for you to follow as you wander through the town centre, discovering its treasures.

Parking is free in Stockbridge High Street and can be busy at times. There is more parking on the A30 London Road at the end of the High Street opposite the White Hart pub roundabout.

River Test

The River Test flows under the high street and you can catch a glimpse of trout, if you are lucky. Founded in 1882, the Houghton Club is the oldest fishing club in England and is based in the town.


There is an abundance of independent specialist shops including tea rooms, pubs and restaurants, many serving local produce, as well as art galleries, clothing specialists, a delicatessen and a traditional butchers. Stockbridge High Street was voted “best foodie street” in the 2010 Google Street View Awards.


Nearby attractions include Danebury Hill Fort, Houghton Lodge Gardens, Danebury Vineyards at Nether Wallop and the Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop.