Cheltenham’s Promenade comes to life with international food, drink and craft street market

Published on 2nd October 2019

Markets

Official opening, 9am, Thursday 3 October

Cheltenham Promenade welcomes Geraud Markets UK Ltd International Street Market once again, bringing an exciting line-up of food, drink and crafts from around the world.

Situated on the Promenade in Cheltenham, it will run for 4 days from Thursday 3 - Sunday 6 October. The market will be open 9am until 6pm, Thursday to Saturday and 10am until 5pm on the Sunday.

A colourful display of stalls will host everything from Mexican and Chinese food, Tapas, crepes, Dutch and French cheese, chocolate, Italian clothing, hats and gloves, jewellery, photography, handcrafted clocks and engraved gifts.

Kevan Blackadder, director of the BID (Business Improvement District) said: ‘’The market is always extremely popular and we’re looking forward to welcoming a variety of stalls once again.

‘’As well as visiting the market, shoppers may combine this with shopping in some of our town centre stores and enjoy a rest in one of our many restaurants, bars or cafes.’’

Run by Groupe Geraud, the largest market operator in Europe, the International Street Market travels throughout the UK, on various dates throughout the calendar year bringing excitement to each location.


For press enquiries, contact communications@cheltenham.gov.uk, 01242 264231.

Editor’s Notes:

Groupe Geraud is the largest operator of local authority markets in Europe, operating around 600 markets and more than 1,300 market days each week, ranging from retail markets, produce markets, cattle markets and fairs of all kinds

Geraud UK operates over 1,200 regular market days each year in the UK together with market operations throughout Sweden and Denmark. It also runs specialist and Christmas market events nationally each year in partnership with many local authorities and BID teams including, Aberdeen City Council, Cheltenham Borough Council, Stratford Upon Avon Council, Swadlincote Council, Croydon, Romford, Isle of Wight and Clitheroe.