The stalls line-up for Grangetown World Market’s first event at Grange Pavilion on Saturday 17th October has been confirmed.

We will be welcoming a lovely mix of designers, crafts-people, gift-makers and food stalls on the day.

The event lasts between 10am-2pm, outdoors – with some stalls inside – at the new £1.9m Grange Pavilion in Grange Gardens.

Note: The market will be following Covid-19 regulations and we will have a regulation on numbers and the flow of people, and be following social distance and hygiene protocols.

We ask people to bring a mask – essential for using the entrance and for indoor stalls – and to attend only in their household group. You will have to sign in/register for track and trace on entering.

Here is the confirmed list:

  • Heavy Hand Bakers giant cookie cakes for allexpect a Halloween twist here and there – and who can resist?
  • Lush Blooms – flowers and floral arrangements from Anita
  • Panda’s Pockets – re-fashioning, making something beautiful, jazzy or useful out of something old – there will be a great range of bags
  • Felt crafts and Tropic skincare – a totally natural and vegan friendly skincare and makeup range
  • Closet Queens – vintage and pre-loved clothing stall .
  • Wild Thing – a big welcome back to Grangetown to everyone’s favourite vegan food business, hopefully on a permanent basis soon!
  • Modest Trends – Rifhat brings her elegant modest clothing designs
  • Page Illustrations – Lovely to welcome the talented Matilda, who will be bringing her prints, inspired by plants
  • Little Opus Studio – More classy gift ideas, with prints by Mercy
  • Jonathan’s window-boxes – something for the home
  • Mrs Woolford – vegan-friendly eco wraps providing fully sustainable wrapping for your food like sandwiches/rolls/cake etc
  • Women Connect First – hot, spicy food
  • Honeycomb Toys – pop-up from a local indie toy and children’s book shop, just celebrating its first birthday in Clare Road
  • Milltir Sgwar – Llinos with soy eco-candles
  • Crafty Microbe – Denise brings crochet toy gifts, and specialises in amigurumis – a Japanese art of crocheting small, stuffed yarn creatures.
  • Olla Homeware – affordable and functional ceramics

  • Pepe’s Cactus – whatever space you have in your home, you might want to try to cultivate cactus and succulents
  • Gazel Designs – Gifts from pebbles, driftwood and shells
  • Crochet and knitted decorations and gifts
  • Grangetown Baptist Church – sewing and crafts, gifts
  • Brig Jones – knitwear and Christmas decorations

The new Hideout Cafe in the Pavilion will be serving coffee/tea – and offering small samples of food.

Love Grangetown tote bags will be on sale!

Toilet/baby-changing facilities are on-site.

Getting there: There is no parking and we ask people to be respectful to local residents, so we advise people to walk, cycle or use the bus (the No 8 service and No1/2 circle services stop outside Grange Gardens, the No 9 stops at the end of Clive Street and the walk up Holmesdale Street).

Our next planned market will be on Saturday 12th December – a few places remain. Email

Grangetown World Market is a community, volunteer-led, not-for-profit market, as part of the LoveGrangetown local business project. It is supported by Cardiff University’s Community Gateway programme and under the umbrella of Grangetown Community Action.