Daventry is a market town and has a chartered market held every Tuesday and Friday located on the High Street. The market is a significant feature of the town and the local economy as it offers fresh, local and competitively priced produce and products.

With a rich history - the town has had a market for the past seven centuries, selling everything from fruit and vegetables, to horses, livestock and cattle. Today's market boasts stalls selling fresh fruit and veg to delicious bread and cakes, meat, plants and flowers, fabrics, clothing and a range of household items.


Usual Market Trading hours are Tuesday & Friday - 8.00am to 2pm.

Daventry offers all-year-round free parking, allowing shoppers to explore the market and the wider town centre at their leisure.

New Traders

Daventry Town Council is always looking for new traders to attend the market. If you are thinking of starting a new business or want to extend your existing venture in a new area, then a market stall is perfect for you.

Why Become a Market Trader?

  • Being a trader is an ideal pathway into retail for any budding entrepreneur.
  • Market trading allows you to be flexible and take your trade to your customers, without paying expensive long-term property leases and/or business rates.
  • Trading allows you to be your own boss and time manage your own work/life schedule.
  • It helps to build many skills essential for business, such as sales and negotiation.
  • Market trading gives you the opportunity to interact with the public, as well as fellow traders, building a great network of customers and colleagues alike.

How to Book

Interested Market Traders please complete our application form below or for any further information contact Katie Eaton (Market Officer) who can assist with any queries.

Daventry Town Council, 2 New Street, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN1 14B

T: 01327 301246 E: customerservices@daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk

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