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The indefatigable Dr. James Fry will organise the first post-lockdown SOCIALLY DISTANCED MARKET today,(25th July).
Do you know anyone who would like to organise or assist in the organisation of the fortnightly market? Please let us know at roseandcrownoxford.com/#contact ].

Dr. James Fry wrote:
… we have decided to open up again on Saturday 25th July, …
… with the market in full swing from 10 a.m.
We now have permission to have the market in operation until late afternoon …
Due to the need for social distancing, we have extended … to include Church Walk, … to the west of Winchester Road …
… traders … will be given a permit to … leave their vehicle in a … car park .
… traders selling food items need to be registered as a food business. The certificate should be brought to the market … Registration is free and is available at https://www.food.gov.uk/business-guidance/register-a-food-business.
… Traders selling food products will need their own PLI policy …
… traders will need to take care of their own hand sanitisers and masks.
The market can make gazebos and tables available to traders, … [but] we would far prefer you to bring your own gazebo and table if you can.
Connections to electric power sockets are available if needed.
… fee for a stall is £25 …
… any questions [use the contact form at roseandcrownoxford.com/#contact ].
… let [us] know … if you would like to book a stall for the grand reopening of the market.
Emily Jones of Barefoot Kitchen, with over 20,000 Instagram followers, has kindly agreed to provide links to traders who attend …
… the reopening is publicised by local residents’ groups, the City Council and local papers.
        sincerely, Dr James Fry,


North Parade Market  is held in the street on the 2nd and 4th Saturday lunchtimes of each month, outside the public house.     (to check dates, see website).

It features delicious street food, bread, cakes, meat, fish, dairy together with occasional specially selected craft stalls.

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If you wish to bring food from a market vendor into the Rose and Crown to enjoy with a good real ale or perhaps a glass of wine, you’re most welcome.

Ocassionally there are night markets, focusing on street food and music, check the website.