Cannock and Rugeley have been holding markets since the 13th century when the original Royal Charter was first issued. The markets are situated in the town centres and offer a diverse range of products and services. There are currently 61 stalls in Cannock Market Hall, 27 stalls in the Prince of Wales and 45 stalls in Rugeley market Hall. Stalls are available to rent on all markets, with some casual stalls at Rugeley too.
Open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9.00am to 4.30pm
Rugeley Market Hall
There are number of pay and display car parks within Rugeley town centre, the nearest is the roof top car park situated directly above Rugeley Market Hall (Access to and from the car park is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.
(Some car parks have height restrictions).
Rugeley town centre map showing the location of the market:
Based on Ordnance Survey mapping (C) Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. Cannock Chase District Council, Licence No. 100019754, 2014.
The Ordnance Survey map data included within this publication is provided by Cannock Chase District Council under licence from the Ordnance Survey in order to display where Rugeley Market is located. Persons viewing this mapping should contact Ordnance Survey copyright for advice where they wish to licence Ordnance Survey map data for their own use.
Rugeley Market Stalls
STALLS AVAILABLE TO RENT AT A COMPETITIVE PRICE - PLEASE CONTACT THE MARKETS TEAM ON 01543 464558
Discounts available: 50% for first 6 months and 25 % for further six months.
TIME FOR TEA 5* Tea Room (stalls 1-4)
Pop in and meet Ruth our lovely hostess who runs the tea room in support of Alzheimers, Covid secure.
Serenity (stall 7)
Unisex hairdressers. Appointments necessary. Contact Tracey.
Richard Walker's Meat To Please - 5 Star Rating (stall 9/10a)
Your Traditional Carcass Butcher.
Specialist in Home Cooked Meats.
Richard is now in his 40th trading year in Rugeley Market.
Dorothy Ann Floral Art (stall 42)
Silk flowers, arrangements and bridal bouquets.
Fresh funeral flowers (pre-ordered)
Corsages and buttonholes.
Becoming a Market Trader
Last Updated: 23/10/2020