Discover a wide variety of local independent businesses in Burnley Market.
Butchers, bakers and candlestick makers, well… nearly (2 out of 3 ain’t bad). Burnley Market is home to many varied and unique stores, from fresh fruit and veg and experienced butchers to nail bars and affordable fashion to suit all tastes, and not forgetting our phone and gadget repair specialists.
Whatever you’re in the market for you’ll find it in the Market Hall.
The beating heart of Burnley town centre and the community, Burnley Market Hall is home to local independent businesses, and food venders all under one roof. Burnley has been a market town as far back as the 13th Century. A lot has changed since then but the industrious and entrepreneurial spirit lives on and flourishes in Burnley Market Hall.
Long standing family run businesses stand side-by-side with exciting new ones, creating a familiar yet ever-changing atmosphere. So, whether you are a brand new customer or a life long market lover you’re bound to find just what you are looking for.
Our family of friendly traders will welcome you with a big smile and are always here to help. and will go out of their way to ensure your visit to Burnley Market Hall is a pleasant one.
In addition to exploring the world of food on offer at our food court, you can excite your tastebuds at home with local produce from our experienced greengrocers and butchers. Their dedication to quality means you are guaranteed perfectly prepared, fresh ingredients every time.
Our technology specialists can fix your cracked screen, bring your phone back to life with a new battery or simply keep you looking your best with a wide selection of cases and accessories.
We may not have a candlestick maker (although we do have candles) but we pride ourselves on the range of services and products we do offer, from watch repair and picture framing to craft stalls and a haberdashery.
Burnley Market’s history is almost as long and varied as Burnley itself. Dating back to at least 1294 Burnley has been a market town, with weekly farmers’ markets that brought together the community. It offered the population of the small hamlet the chance to buy the wares of local families, pedlars and travelling traders.
Over the years the market changed not only location but also its offer. With the advent of the industrial revolution and the boom this brought to Burnley’s population and wealth, the market became even more important to the residents and moved to a purpose-built home at the bottom of Manchester Road.
The town continued to change and eventually this meant a new home was needed for the market, a purpose-built building was constructed right in the heart of the new town centre development in 1969.
50 years on Burnley Market is still a hive of activity, is still a centre of business, is still a place that brings the community together and is still at the heart of Burnley Town Centre.
To find out more about the history of the market visit Burnley Civic Trust’s history of Burnley Market