During this difficult time our non essential traders have now closed.
Our fruit and veg, butchers and bakers, plus honey and takeaway deli are all still open for sales and deliveries.
The £2.7m redevelopment of the Market Hall wasn't just about the building, but announcing to the world that we have something special here in Scarborough.
You may have noticed new signage, publicity and a logo to compliment the redevelopment of the Market building. One thing people keep asking is why there's a dot (or a full stop) after the lettering... well here's the answer:
The logo was inspired by the large flower-shaped windows that sit at both ends of the building and by the existing lettering on the exterior of the building. The lettering has a full stop which is somewhat unusual on building signage, so it was decided this should be continued into the logo - after all, we're all about celebrating how unique the Market Hall is.
You'll also see new signage on the exterior and interior of the building that's inspired by the heritage of the Market Hall using typefaces that date back to Victorian times and given a contemporary twist. A strong history but reimagined for the 21st Century - just like the Market itself!
We would like to wish all our customers old and new a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
the Market will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day
The Market Vaults will be open from 10 am until 2pm on Boxing Day
We are open Sunday 22nd December 10 am until 2pm
Scarborough Market Hall and Vaults would like to wish all the best to Jean Dixon and the volunteers on this milestone achievement.
Local artist Gabrielle Naptali created the sculpture Archway for the Children (Portal to the Way) to highlight the amount of plastic left behind on Scarborough beach and attitudes towards 'throwaway' single use plastics. It can be seen in Scarborough Market Hall during World Wellbeing week from Monday 24th June.
The Council's Tourism Bureau have opened up a new Tourist Information Point in Scarborough Market Hall
M Nockels has picked up the Best Butcher award in the North Yorkshire heat of Englands Business Awards 2019.