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St Ives Festive Market

Event Date(s)

09/11/2019 - 10/11/2019 - 2 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

A Festive Market in St Ives - that's St Ives Cambridgeshire, so if you are booking, please don't drive to Cornwall. St Ives is a market town and we have always received an enthusiastic welcome from the local community who have come to recognise Market Square Group events for the excellent quality of content that they bring. We have no hesitation in recommending this event to food and craft stalls offering produce and products of a good standard - the trading will be strong enough to show a healthy return and is a good bet for some early Christmas shoppers .

We do have limited space on the Sheep Market in St Ives, so early booking is recommended. All trading positions will be on the Sheep Market with two rows of stalls facing in to one another forming an avenue for shoppers (+ a seating area) in the middle.

Information For Visitors

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Interesting Facts About The Venue

St Ives Bridge is most unusual in incorporating a chapel, the most striking of only four examples in England. Also unusual are its two southern arches which are a different shape from the rest of the bridge, being rounded instead of slightly gothic. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1537, the chapel was given to the prior to live in. The lords of the manor of St Ives changed hands several times, as did the chapel. During this period, it was in turn - a private house, a doctors surgery and a pub, called Little Hell. The pub had a reputation for rowdy behaviour, and it is believed the landlord kept pigs in the basement. The additional two storeys added in the seventeenth century were removed in 1930, due to damage being caused to the foundations. The bridge was partially rebuilt after Oliver Cromwell knocked down two arches during the English Civil War to prevent King Charles I's troops approaching London from the Royalist base in Lincolnshire

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