After a successful first visit in 2018, the Continental Street Market will be returning to Wrexham town centre for a first visit of 2019.

You can expect to find a mix of international themed traders featuring a host of street food options to tempt the tastebuds. The event will be open from 10am to 5pm, from Wednesday, March 20 to Saturday, March 23, and will be set in the heart of the town centre on Hope Street, Regent Street and Queen Street.

Cllr Terry Evans, Lead Member for Economic Regeneration, said: “This is excellent news and a further boost to the town centre economy. The popular market will see many visitors whilst it is here who will also be able to browse the markets and town centre. The market was a success when it was last here in November and it’s great to see it coming back again.”


Traders from around the world will be on hand to display the best products that their respective countries have to offer. The event will have a wide array of products on offer, from unusual craft items, to food traders offering the best hot and cold produce from their native countries. Expect the area to be brought to life with the sights, sounds and smells of the continent.

Wednesday, March 20 also sees the first Wales International match in ten years being held at the Racecourse ground with Wales taking on Trinidad and Tobago. During the day there’s a heap of family-friendly activities on in the town centre as well as a selection of pubs and bars showcasing the game later on in the evening – what could be better than that? Take a look at what’s on for yourself:

  • The Continental Market
  • Spring Fun Fair
  • Activities on in Tŷ Pawb
  • Welsh Football related exhibits in the Wrexham Museum
  • A showcasing of the game in various Town Centre pubs and bars

Find out more about Wales v Trinidad and Tobago here.

The continental market is operated by RR Events, a Liverpool based Event Management company specialising in special event and themed markets.

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