Bridgend County Borough Council,Civic Offices, Angel Street, Bridgend, CF31 4WB

Tel: 01656 643643
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Fax: 01656 668126
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Opening times
Monday - Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm

How to find us

Bridgend Market

Where to find us

CF31 1DL

Love your Local Market

Opening and closing hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Wednesday 9.00 am - 4.30 pm

General information

Number of stalls: 37
Size of stalls: Varied
Pitchers and casuals: Allowed
Service charge: No
Refuse collection: Yes
Vans on: Basement loading bays (loading and unloading only)
Contact: Property Services Tel: 01656 642700
  Bridgend Market Office: 01656 659154

How do I apply for a stall?

Please complete the application form (pdf) and return to the address below:

Bridgend County Borough Council
Property Services
Ravens Court
Brewery Lane
CF31 4AP

Tel: 01656 642700
Fax: 01656 642432

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.


Special offer for potential market traders 

If you’re looking to launch a new business idea this year, an offer at Bridgend Market might catch your entrepreneurial eye. 

Potential traders are being offered the chance to set up a stall for the special rate of £27 per day. 

All stalls are available at this discounted rate, regardless of their size, although tenants can only rent the stalls for a block of three consecutive days at a time before they must take a minimum one day break. 

Any budding entrepreneurs will need to have their own public liability insurance, which costs around £50 for a year. 

Councillor Hywel Williams, Bridgend County Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities, said: “This is a great opportunity for people to see if their business ideas have the potential to be successful. A fantastic range of products and services are on offer in Bridgend Market, and your business could soon be joining them. This discounted rate will be available until August but may be extended until a later date. 

To find out more about renting a stall at Bridgend Market, call Charlotte Egerton at Bridgend County Borough Council on 01656 642703 or email

 Market layout

Please view the Market Floor Plan (pdf)

Bridgend Market Stalls Preddys Confetionery Fruit Fayre

Stalls within the market


Stall name


Stall 1

C Kendall & Daughters

Confectionary & tobacco

Stalls 2/3

Peter Woods & Sons


Stall 4



Stall 5

Hair By Michael

Hairdressers & ear piercing

Stall 6



Stall 7

Phone Xcellence

Mobile Phone repairs & accessories

Stall 8



Stall 9

925 Market Cafe


Stalls 10/11+24

The Rhiw Teapot Café


Stall 12



Stall 13

Nips & Tucks

Haberdashery & tailor alterations

Stall 14

Thai Take Away


Stall 15


Freshly baked bread and cakes

Stall 16

Masfina Jewellery

Mexican Silver Jewellery

Stall 17+18

The Snack Shack

Takeaway food and drinks 




Stall 19

The Deli on the Corner


Stall 20

Salad Bar

Fresh salads, jacket potatoes...

Stall 21

Fruit Fayre

Fruit & vegetables

Stall 22A

VACANT contact for further information 

Stall 22B


contact for further information

Stall 22C


Cookware / cake making, home brewing & decoration

Stall 23






Stall 25 

Coach Holiday Shop

Travel Agents

Stall 26



Stall 27

Bridgend Book Shop and electrical

Second hand books

Stall 28



Stalls 29/30



Stall 31

Sandra’s Jewellers

Watches, clocks, repairs, services & gifts

Stalls 32/35

Hellen Nails

Nail bar

Stall 33


contact details as above

Stall 34

Info Tech

Computer hardware & repair service

Stall 36


 Under Offer

Brief history of the market

Bridgend Market occupies a prime position within the retail sector of Bridgend, and is situated within the Rhiw Shopping Centre which fronts on to Caroline Street, Nolton Street and Queen Street. The Market is situated on the ground floor, and has access to the basement on the lower ground floor, with vehicular access to Queen Street. Below are some interesting facts in the long history of the Indoor Market Hall dating from its inception in 1837.


The Bridgend Market Act passed to remove position and livestock markets from the streets around the Town Hall.


New Market Hall opened on Lady Day, built by the Earl of Dunraven or his ancestors on the site of the old Tennis Courts, which then became the Tennis Court Hotel in Caroline Street and is now Seconds Ahead.


The Market Hall remained in use until it was replaced by a new, fully covered Market Hall.


A Grand Eisteddfod was held in the Market Hall on Boxing Day.


Bridgend Urban District Council purchased the Market Hall from the Dunraven Estates Ltd.


The Market Hall in Caroline Street closed and the last stallholders left at the end of May 1972. The Hall was demolished in June 1972 after standing since 1906. The new Market opened on Monday 15 May 1972.


On 1 March 1996 the 130 year old Market Bell was re-installed. It was revealed that the bell had been laying idle in a Council depot since the demolition of the old market in 1972.

Last Updated: 09/10/2017
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