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Dewsbury Market
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Dewsbury
West Yorkshire

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A firm favourite with coach parties and visitors to the town, Dewsbury Market is a superb destination for a day out. Coaches from across the North head for Dewsbury Market every week filled with avid shoppers who return regularly to sample the delights of this famous market. Market Hall, Monday ˆ Saturday (half-day on Tuesday) The fabulous Victorian Market Hall, which celebrated its Centenary in 2004, was the focal point of trading in the town when it was built. When it became full, the open market grew up around it. Today it is home to 38 permanent market stalls with an extensive range of fine foods and produce. Open Market, General Market, Wednesday & Saturday Still the largest and most renowned open market in Yorkshire, Dewsbury‚s fabulous open market boasts over 300 stalls on general market days. With a range of goods to rival any supermarket, at real value for money prices, Dewsbury Market truly is shopping at it‚s very best. Open Market, Second-Hand Market ˆ Friday Whilst not on the grand scale of the general market days, the second-hand market has a tantalising array of goods with around 150 stalls each Friday.

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