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Makers Market returns to the dock with over 50 stalls

A Makers Market bringing together some of the finest local independent makers, bakers and creators is returning to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool on Sunday 3rd July. 

Taking place along Hartley Quay opposite the Maritime Museum, a total of 59 stalls will offer a variety of the best seasonal produce, beautiful homeware and design products, vintage clothes, delicate jewellery and much more. 

Food and drink lovers will be able to savour a selection of flavoursome dishes and freshly baked goods, including pies and cakes from Pudding & Pie North West, artisan sausage rolls from Ross’s Rolls, and the finest cheese from The Cheese Wheel. 

Those with a sweet tooth can take their pick from an array of treats from the likes of Desserts by Dre, Cheshire Cheesecakes and The Doughnuteers, with each of the stallholders on hand to talk about their knowledge and passion behind their products. 

Makers Market

With a huge selection of art, design and jewellery stalls on offer, the Makers Market will be the perfect place to pick up a gift for a loved one or to treat yourself, including intricate gold jewellery from Grey Collective, football prints from Homeless Ghost Prints and even exotic oil scents sourced from the Middle East available at Azafia. 

Many of the stalls are proud to offer eco-friendly goods for the sustainable shopper, such as cacti presented in up-cycled bottles from Crabby Crafts, unique driftwood designs from Indriftic and sustainable luxury home fragrances from VRJJ Candles. 

Pet owners can give their four-legged friends a new look with accessories from Ernie & Theo or Goody Paws LTD, or refresh their own wardrobe from vegan friendly outdoor clothing brand, Urban Bear Co. 

Live music from acoustic guitarist and singer, Byron, will provide a melodic soundtrack for visitors browsing the stalls, whilst those looking to make a day of it can enjoy an al fresco lunch or cocktail in one of the dock bars or restaurants, or soak up the culture in the galleries and museums. 

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