The Corn Exchange
It’s been six months since the Wool Market closed down for refurbishment and works are well underway to transform the historic building into a vibrant destination offering an enhanced retail and food offer to the people of Doncaster. As part of the scheme, traders who had previously been based in the Wool Market and some from the Irish Middle Market were relocated to other areas of the Market Estate so they could continue their businesses as part of the Doncaster Markets community.
Changes are afoot at Doncaster Market, with Doncaster Council set to revamp the jewel in the crown of the town centre, the famous Wool Market.
The work to transform the Wool Market into a vibrant and bustling location is set to begin in early 2018. Plans include renovating the Wool Market, giving a complete makeover to the building which will also enable the market to host more events, encouraging more people into the area.
Doncaster Market Place was designated a conservation area on 2 October 1974. The Market is essential to the identity of Doncaster. The existence of the market lies in Doncaster’s Roman origins, however the character of the Market Place is defined by the medieval town boundaries, gates and street pattern.
Tuesday and Friday,
9am – 4pm.
9am – 4.30pm.
Antique and bric-a-brac
market open Wednesday.
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