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Get your coronavirus vaccination at walk-in clinics in and around Cambridge – no appointment needed, but wear a face mask

Online payments temporarily unavailable on Sunday morning

The system provider will apply routine security updates between 4.30 and 6.30am on Sunday 17 October.


Traders have been running stalls at the historic market square in the city centre since the middle ages. It is open for trading from 10am to 4pm every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

You can buy fresh food and ingredients from a wide range of cuisines, as well as art, plants, clothes, jewellery, books, music and much more. Some traders are able to offer services such as bike and watch repair.

On Trinity Street in All Saints Garden, there is an arts and crafts market every Saturday where everything is handmade. Traders sell jewellery, pottery and sculpture, photography, paintings and prints and clothing.

Many traders also sell online – follow us on social media (links below) for links to their accounts and websites.

Please follow the government’s coronavirus guidelines when you visit the market, for your own and other people’s safety.

Information for traders

We are now accepting applications for traders on the market square and at All Saints Garden market.

We are not accepting applications for street trading pitches until further notice.