Granby 4 Streets Market, this Saturday!

Photographs and film of this final market for 2012, now here.

The markets have been fantastic this year. Since April, every final Saturday of each month has seen lovely green Cairns Street welcome stallholders, performers and browsing friends to a celebration of the place, and of simply being alive.

This Saturday will see the final street market of this year. And it promises to be special:

Granby Four Streets Market, Saturday 29th September.

Magic

Green

Wheels

Stalls

Cakes

Tasty

And a day full of music too!

And a day full of music too!

Of the people, by the people, for the people. This Saturday.

Missing this would be just silly. But if you did, here’s how it went.

Granby Four Streets Market, Cairns Street, Liverpool 8. 10:30am to 4:00pm, Saturday 29th September.

4 thoughts on “Granby 4 Streets Market, this Saturday!

  1. georgina

    Just wanted to say “well done” to the organisers of the celebrations today. The music, food and stalls were great, so much potential for continious such events. Christmas perhaps?

    I spoke to a few people who said the market does not usually have music, but I thought the music made the event. More please!

    I brought my two young children today to show them where I was brought up in the 70’s and 80’s. Seeing how well everyone got on with each other reminded me of how much joy I had playing on the streets of Granby, in particular Cairns Street, Jermyn Street and Beaconsfield Street. The community feeling is still there.
    I ‘bored’ the pants off my 6 and 4 year old telling them both of my time attending Granby Street school. Today was a reminder of how special and what the streets of Granby mean to me and others in the community.

    The fight to keep the housing stock must remain until each and every house is restored to their once true glory.

    The event was a success. What would make it even better would be stalls displaying the finery of the local community now living in and around Granby street. There are such a mix of cultures now, all of whom should be proud to show their food, clothes and music at this event. To make it totally multicultural,diverse and inclusive,just like in the ‘old days’!

    Once again, brilliant job, everyone involved.
    Georgina

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