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Published 25th Jul 2018

dundas monthly food market this weekend, 27 and 28 July

Enjoy the first weekend of the school holidays with a trip to Middlesbrough’s Dundas Shopping Centre to experience a Food and Craft Market, with up to 20 independent local traders market stalls, alongside the market traders, showcasing the best of local food, drink and gifts.

This Friday 27 July and Saturday 28 July from 10am to 4pm, there will be a wide range of locally crafted goods, breads, cakes and sweets and other goodies and gifts.

“We have a whole range of independent traders offering some unique goods in our shopping centre, so you can be confident of two good days’ shopping to get the school holidays off to a great start,” says Dundas Market Manager David Harris.

Dundas Indoor Market is located in the Dundas Shopping Centre where all the shops offer value for money, from national brands like B&M, Fulton Foods and Cooplands to well-known local independents like The Festival Shop, Tik Tok, Homefair Blinds, Buckshees Military Surplus and LD Printing.

Customer car parking is available in the 178-space Dundas Shopping Centre basement car park, accessed off Wilson Street. Further information is available from www.dundasshoppingcentre.co.uk or via @DundasShopping on Facebook and Twitter.

Picture caption: Dundas Food and Craft Market.



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