Need inspiration for treating your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Head on down to Shambles Market, where you’ll find plenty of gift ideas for your other half.
Why not say it with flowers thanks to Wiggington Road Nurseries – they have a glorious selection to choose from, including a choice of small to large roses, lilies, tulips and chrysanthemums.
Clox of Harrogate, a family-run watch and battery stall, has superb designer watches for him and her at fantastic prices, including special offers on Sekonda, Accurist and Citizen brands.
Andy at Shabby Le Chic can help you find something beautiful – with a vintage feel – for your better half, including gorgeous heart-shaped plaques and picture frames.
Roy, aka That Fudge Guy, has cooked up special St Valentine’s Day fudge gift boxes. Available in two sizes, for under £5 and under £10, the boxes can include your choice of flavours and can be personalised with a suitably romantic message.
Yorkshire Blankets, which offers eco-friendly woollen gifts direct from the weavers using end of line redundant yarns, has marvellous Yorkshire lavender-filled hearts for £7, heart wreaths for £20 and gorgeous capes for £20.
If you have a loved one who collects records, why not head to see Phil on the BananaMoon stall. As well as a fine collection of quality used records and CDs (and the chance to sell your old records), this weekend you can find five vintage record boxes (suitable for 12″ records), priced between £5 and £12 each.
Or, if hearts and cupids are not your thing, pay a visit to Heart of Wax. Phil, who offers cult and classic vinyl at competitive prices, will be hosting an Anti-Valentine’s Day this Sunday – promoting records from bands, such as Iron Maiden, The Cramps, Can and The Ramones, as well as releases from new bands, including Savages, The Fat White Family and Goat. “Two lovers entwined passed me by. And Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now”!
Please note: individual stall & kiosk opening times may change subject to trader discretion.