A new market featuring street food, music and arts and crafts has opened in Victoria Quays, just outside Sheffield city centre.
The event, which takes place on the second Saturday of every month, first launched on 9 April and is proving to be a huge success after its first two runs.
One of the organiser’s, Bally Johal, who also owns True Loves bar at Victoria Quays, hopes the event will help to put the city in the spotlight.
He said: “It’s an under utilised space that really is so calming and beautiful. These markets are great in promoting the area and bringing people together. Some people born and bred in Sheffield didn’t even know it existed.”
The family-friendly market is free to attend and runs from noon to 9pm.