A Victorian market town, Pudsey’s market is the most traditional of the local markets serving a loyal customer base from the local community for generations.
This small but perfectly formed market has everything you would expect to find and more. The town is well served with fresh produce on market days, complemented by the recent addition of a monthly farmer’s market serving some of the finest cheeses and baked goods around.
But it’s the traders themselves how make this market a must for the shoppers with the secret knowledge. Among the market’s legendary traders are pet stall known across the city for providing everything a preened and pampered hamster could ever need, and a cake stall providing a welcome treat for weary shoppers.
The market is a great complement to local attractions including the Civic Hall at Pudsey which hosts regular fairs, markets and events from wedding shows and craft fairs to the Leeds Beer Festival and acts from the city’s literature and comedy festivals.
Every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
Farmer’s Market last Thursday of every month
Leaving from Leeds City Bus Station, the X11, 87 and 90 all provide a regular service from Leeds city centre to the new bus station at Pudsey. The nearest bus stop is in the recently development bus station at Pudsey market place. To plan your journey visit: www.wymetro.com
The nearest station is New Pudsey a short walk from Pudsey town centre, with trains from Leeds city centre every 30 minutes. Regular buses connecting the railway station and the town’s new bus station leave from the main road adjacent to the train station. To plan your journey visit National Rail.
Limited free and on street parking is available around Pudsey market place. Free parking is available at New Pudsey station, but it is a short walk from the market.