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Tommyfield Markets, right in the heart of Oldham.
The first market in Oldham was founded in 1788.In later years, open markets were held on land owned by Thomas Whittaker, near Albion Street. The land soon became known as Tommyfield, and Tommyfield Market is still a bustling centre of activity today.
The Market Hall was destroyed by a huge fire in 1974. The blaze could be seen for miles around and damaged surrounding premises. The hall was replaced by a temporary market building, before construction work began on the new hall in the early 1990s.
The indoor market hall and adjacent brick unit’s houses over 115 businesses, this is open Monday to Saturday 9am - 5.15pm.
Businesses which have opened recently are body piercing, hair and beauty by Sheer Beauty, Hair by Selina May who specialises in Affro Caribbean styling a delicatessen, and Caribbean food, there’s lots of choice , so if you haven’t visited for a while, you might be surprised at what you’ll find.
Monday is a Traditional Market
Wednesday is a mixed market, with second hand and general goods, so come and find a bargain. Great catalogue return shoe stall !
Saturday our famous material market. Fabulous materials from all corners of Asia.
Also featuring our hidden gems, chain store materials, River Island, Next, Top Shop, and home furnishings and curtain materials, all from £1.00 a metre. Great bargains for all you would be fashion and home interior designers.
Also recently opened a Tailors located in the brick units, for all you tailoring needs.
Sunday Car Boot (March - December)
Having a clear out or looking for a bargain? Our Sunday car boot on Tommyfield outdoor market is held every Sunday from March-December (exc. Bank Holiday week-ends and Remembrance Sunday)
Opening Times: 06:15-12 noon, Sundays from March to December, £14.50 per stall/pitch on hard standing. No need to book.
- Toilets for disabled visitors
- Wheelchair hire
Parking & Transport
- Frequent bus services
- Station nearby
- Taxi rank nearby
- Cash machines
- Visitor information