Welcome to Hyndburn’s Thriving Markets

The borough of Hyndburn has a strong market tradition dating back to the early 1300's. Accrington has a proud, Grade 2 listed market hall where traditional market stalls sit alongside an internet cafe and additional retail and office...

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Great Harwood Market

Great Harwood holds a separate Market Charter granted by King Edward III in 1338 giving the right to hold a market on Fridays. Great Harwood Market operates every Friday on the Town Gate at the junction of Queen Street, Blackburn Road and Church...

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Charitable Car Boot Sales

Hyndburn Borough Council has the sole right to operate the markets within the borough.  Any organisation wishing to hold a car boot sale to raise charitable funds must apply for a licence from the market office. The licence fee is a nominal £1...

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Historic Accrington Markets

Situated in the centre of Accrington, the Victorian Market Hall can be found next to the Town Hall and is adjacent to the main pedestrian shopping street, Broadway.Dating back to the Victorian era, the corner stone was laid in May 1868 by S...

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Housing Market Renewal

  Housing Market Renewal (HMR) was a major funding package established in 2003 by Central Government. HMR was expected to be a 15 year regeneration programme. This funding came to an end earlier than expected after the Comprehensive Spending...

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Great Harwood Retail Market

Great Harwood holds a separate Market Charter granted by King Edward III in 1338 giving the right to hold a market on Fridays. Great Harwood Market operates every Friday on the Town Gate at the junction of Queen Street, Blackburn Road and Church...

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Accrington Market Hall

Situated in the centre of Accrington, the Victorian Market Hall can be found next to the Town Hall and is adjacent to the main pedestrian shopping street, Broadway. Dating back to the Victorian era, the corner stone was laid in May 1868 by S...

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