Bewdley Riverside Market, Bilston Sunday Market, Market Drayton Street Market, Oxford Gloucester Green, Stratford-upon-Avon Markets, Tamworth Street Market, Wolverhampton Dudley Street, Worcester City Markets
- Bewdley Victorian Christmas Market
- Stratford-upon-Avon Victorian Christmas Market
- Wolverhampton Victorian Christmas Market
- Worcester Victorian Christmas Fayre
- Stratford Christmas Shopping Markets 4-Thurs Bridge St
Various Special Events (including but not restricted to):
- Shakespeare’s Birthday
- Living Statues Championship
- Wonderland Summer Festival
- Gloucester Art & Craft Market
- Waterside Fright Festival
LSD Promotions operate a strict No Fur policy at all their markets and events. They are members of our Fur Free Markets Scheme.
Duck Pond Markets run the following markets:
- Richmond – Saturday Foodies, Sunday Artisan
- Chalfont – Artisan 3rd Saturday
- Henley on Thames – Artisan 4th Sunday
- Radlett – Artisan 4th Sunday
- Ruislip – Foodies 1st Sunday, Artisan 3rd Sunday
- Highgate – Artisan 2nd Sunday (March, June, September, December)
Duck Pond Markets are members of our Fur Free Markets Scheme.
Oldham Council has the following markets:
Markets Section is responsible for markets held at Chadderton, Royton, Shaw and Oldham Town Centre.
The Licencing Section manages the market that is held at Uppermill every Wednesday.
In september 2018 the council passed a motion to go fur free on all their markets. To read the full text please click this link: https://committees.oldham.gov.uk/documents/g7163/Agenda%20frontsheet%2012th-Sep-2018%2018.00%20Council.pdf?T=0
Page 8, Item 13, Motion 3
Oldham Council is a member of our official Fur Free Markets scheme.
Aylesbury Vale District Council has the following markets: regular weekly markets and one-off speciality markets.
Here is the Council’s response to our Freedom of Information request:
Q: Do you allow stall holders at your markets to sell real fur? (including small items such as knitted hats with fur bobbles, or key rings with fur trims etc.
A: Real fur is explicitly banned from these markets.
Here is the wording from the official guidelines document:
Examples of items that will not be permitted:
-Items made from animals eg fur, ivory or bone.
Aylesbury Vale are members of our official Fur Free Markets scheme.
Diana Fawcett, Aylesbury Town Centre & Regeneration Manager, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rawtenstall Market runs the following markets:
Weekly: Thursday and Saturday.
Annual Christmas Market – Saturdays in December up to Christmas Day
Regular specialist events throughout the year.
Rawtenstall Market is a member of our Fur Free Markets scheme.
CJ’s Events run the following markets:
Weekly: Southam Market, Kenilworth Market, Warwick Market.
CJ’s Events Warwickshire is currently reviewing its policies. We’re pleased to have been approached by Respect For Animals to join the Fur Free Markets Scheme. Here at CJ’s Events Warwickshire we realise real fur is cruel and unnecessary. Although we encourage small independent businesses to sell exclusive products, we do not feel fur has a place at our markets or events and will work closely with traders to ensure no fur products are sold.