The Cornhill Indoor Market houses thirteen units selling a variety of goods, from fruits, vegetables and meats, to tools, watches and exotic goods.
Where is the Cornhill Market?
In front of the Market building is the very visible and iconic Cornhill glassed dome which now features a stylish restaurant.
The Market itself is based at: High Street Bridgwater TA6 3BY
The Market can also be accessed adjacent to St. Mary's Church. Nearby pay and display parking is available in Mount Street, Angel Place, Eastover short stay, Northgate or Dampiet street. There may also be limited on street parking available.
The Market is open Monday 9:00am until 12 noon, Tuesday to Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 3:00pm. It is closed all day Sunday. However please note that each unit may operate more varied opening hours within the above constraints.
What's in the Market for shoppers to visit:
Bridgwater Discount Jewellery - Telephone: 07787 566063 Pawn broker and trader of electrical goods. Sell and buy gold and silver.
Dave's Butchers - Telephone: 07947 683567 This is a family business which sells fresh locally sourced meet including beef, pork and lamb. Home made sausages and burgers are a speciality. Open 6 days a week, now including chip and pin credit card machine payment option.
Liberation Hair Items - Telephone: 07502 043589 Sells handbags, hair pieces, clip-ons and other hair accessories.
Cornhill Watches This specialist repairs, maintains and sells watches, clocks and jewellery. They also supply a wide range of batteries for everything from for doorbells to mobile phones, fit batteries and straps to watches.
What else can I visit in the town?
Whilst the Cornhill Market offers a range of services, Bridgwater Town Centre also offers a range of retail and entertainment venues for visitors, and hosts a
Historical facts about the Bridgwater Cornhill
The Cornhill is the historic centre of the medieval town. Originally there was an octagonal market cross on the site. The Cornhill market cross was erected in the late 14th century when the Cornhill was known as Cornchepyng. On market days, fish, fowl, vegetables and other fair were traded at the Cornhill.