Bumper May Bank Holiday for Kirkstall Deli Market

24 May 2019

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Popular Kirkstall Deli Market returns this weekend for a bumper Bank Holiday extended run.

The much-loved local market, which has had a rich history over the past nine years, will host 40 to 50 stalls on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

When asked what people can expect the markets organiser, Mark Kilvington, said:

“We have things like Italian deli, award winning cheese, kiln fired pizza, cakes, draught ales, Gin, cider, seated massage, crafts and collectables, artwork, books, the list is almost endless.”

When and where …

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The market is held between 12pm and 3pm on Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday Monday. It is held in the grounds of Kirkstall Abbey which is on Abbey Road in Kirkstall.

Disabled toilets and baby changing facilities are available at the visitor centre.

How to get there…

Free parking is available at Abbey House Museum car park. The 33, 34 and 757 buses stop directly outside the Abbey grounds. The 49 and 91 bus services stop close by at the Kirkstall Bridge Shopping Park.

You can keep up to date with Kirkstall Deli Market on Facebook and Twitter.

Are you attending the market this weekend? Please send us your thoughts, reviews and pictures via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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