Roll up, roll up for the newest market in town! The Bournemouth Metropole Street Market hits the Lansdowne on September 24th for the very first monthly market and vintage fair.
Dubbing itself a “quintessentially eccentric ensemble of all things creative and delicious”, the Metropole Street Market will certainly bring colour and creativity to the town’s business and learning district, with live music, food and drink and a farmer’s market with crafts, clothing and countless other trader stalls. The market will line the length of Holdenhurst Road (closed to traffic) for people to explore their wares as well as the businesses permanently based in this stretch of town.
The market takes its name from Lansdowne’s historic Metropole Hotel, which was sadly destroyed in a devastating raid in World War II. It will feature more than 100 stalls, artisan food, handmade and vintage goods and crafts and offer activities for the whole family to enjoy.
It’s the first step of a regeneration project for the Lansdowne area by the Bournemouth BICD, celebrating its location, heritage, the locals and its business links.