Apply for a Northallerton market stall

Information about trading at Northallerton market including rates and contact details.

Northallerton market takes place on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Apply for a market stall

To apply for a stall you will need to complete the relevant market trading application form:

Market fees

The following table shows the fees for each market per day. These fees apply to traditional bench stalls, walk-in stalls, gazebos and mobiles (trailer or vehicle based).

The market fees are based on the measurement of the stall frontage, with stalls having a minimum width of 4 metres (13 feet). Frontage over 4 metres is charged per 0.1 metre. 

Type of trader  Payment  Per metre  Minimum fee
Regular trader Direct Debit – monthly in advance  £5.30 £21.20 
Regular trader    Cash – weekly on market day  £5.85  £23.40
Casual trader  Cash – weekly on market day  £7.20 £28.80

Regular traders who are unable to attend a market are eligible for one free fee day per year for each market they trade at. 

For further information on payment of fees and pitch allocation please read the  Northallerton and Thirsk market trading conditions (pdf / 408 KB).

Food stalls

If you wish to sell food at Northallerton market, in addition to completing our market trading food application form, by law you will also need to be registered with us. For further details read our  food business registration information (pdf / 164 KB).

Charity stalls

We offer a free stall at Northallerton market to a registered charity or a local good cause. The Town Square is also available on market days.

The market or Town Square can be booked once every three months. Charities can attend the market on a more regular basis but our market fees will apply.

For further details please contact our customer services.

Contact us

For further information about Northallerton market contact our Market Superintendent, Gurmeth ‘Jimmy’ Singh, on 07894 599765 (available on Wednesdays and Saturdays only).

Outside of these days, please contact us and ask for the Design and Maintenance section.