If you’re looking to trade in a city steeped in history and dripping in culture, then Lancaster’s historic Charter Market might be right up your street. Established on 12th June, 1193 by Royal Charter, the market became essential to Lancaster both socially and economically. More than 800 years later, you’ll still find it popping up in the heart of the city two days a week. Within walking distance of numerous historic and cultural attractions including Lancaster Castle, museums, theatres and two shopping centres, the market is perfectly positioned for visitors combining shopping with sightseeing. If you’d like to bring something new and exciting to the market and benefit from its success story visit www. lancaster.gov.uk/chartermarket for more information or call the markets team on 01524 414251 – email markets@lancaster.gov.uk