Inside this fabulous 19th century building you’ll find a treasure trove of fantastic local business including a barbers, video/music shop, café, cards, flowers, gifts, a model shop, sweet stall, pet shop and haberdashery– and a local butcher of course!
The Butchers Market is open 9am-4pm, Monday-Saturday (9am-2pm on Wednesdays).
Entrances on High Street, Central Arcade off Hope Street and Henblas Street.
Wrexham’s General Market first opened in 1879 and was originally named the Butter Market.
Inside this grade 2 listed building you can now find a Health Hut, Snip and Tuck, workwear, fancy dress and a whole range of Welsh themed clothes, gifts and merchandise.
The General Market is currently open 9am-4pm Monday-Saturday (closed on Wednesdays).
Entrances on Henblas Street, Henblas Square and Chester Street.
Wrexham’s weekly outdoor market is held every Monday throughout the year on Queens Square from 9am-4pm. Here you’ll find a range of local traders selling fresh food, fruit and veg, butchers, bread, cakes, fabrics, plants, carpets, vapes and more.
Formerly the People’s Market, Tŷ Pawb opened in 2018 and is now a thriving markets, arts and community centre. In the market hall you’ll find a wide range of local businesses selling everything from food to clothes, to handmade crafts, toys, comics, soap, jewelry and much more. You can also get some top notch food and drink from our food court traders.
Entrances (including disabled access) on Market Street and Chester Street.
Tŷ Pawb’s market and food court is open 10am-4pm, Monday to Saturday.
We’ve taken measures to ensure shoppers can visit all the town centre markets safely. This includes one way systems, hand sanitiser stations and social distancing champions who can give guidance and help answer any queries.
In light of the current local lockdown restrictions, we can only welcome visitors from Wrexham County Borough at the moment. We look forward to welcoming everyone back in the near future.
Cllr Terry Evans, “Local businesses, including our town centre market traders are still able to open under the current restrictions. It is vital that we all continue to work together and follow all the safety guidelines so we can continue to support our town.”
Cllr Hugh Jones, “The teams at Tŷ Pawb and the other town centre markets have been working tirelessly to ensure the safety of both traders and visitors, including one way systems, hand sanitising stations and staff on hand to answer any questions. I would like to thank all traders and staff for working so hard to ensure that they can continue to open safely to the public.”
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