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Cheadle Greyhound Walk - Every Friday

Explore Cheadle's new traditional outdoor market, held every Friday from 9am to 4pm setup along Greyhound Walk in the town centre of this beautiful Staffordshire market town. An ever changing variety of stalls await shoppers with fresh food, ladies and gents clothes, jewellery, collectors item, ceramics, cosmetics and more. The Greyhound Walk market has quickly become an essential weekly visit for residents and visitors to the town. The market is conveniently held on Greyhound Walk just off Cheadle's main car park on Tape Street making it easy to shop and drop your purchases off at your car before going on to browse Cheadle's many independent shops and cafés.

Cheadle is an ideal base for exploring local attractions including the wooded Churnet Valley, Alton Towers Resort which is only 4 miles away and in the town centre is the famous church St Giles Catholic Church, designed and built by Augustus Pugin, who also designed the interiors of the Palace of Westminster. The church, also known as Pugin's Gem is regarded as having one of the finest church interiors in the country.

Leek Butter Market - Every Friday

On Friday's in Leek the Victorian Butter Market is open with 20 traditional traders including fresh fruit and vegetables, quality butcher, fresh fish, a farm shop, home accessories, gifts, ladies clothing and speciality stalls for those hard to find items. In the Trestle Market Hall, adjoining the Butter Market, Archer Fairs holds a popular Vintage and Collectors market with a selection of stalls with vintage finds, rare memorabilia and books