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3 hours ago, Geoff Blakesley said:

Hi guys. Is the market on Thursdays worth a visit ? I will be in Whitley Bay and looking to include a market visit in the area on that day.

@Geoff Blakesley - never been Geoff - not sure what size it is or how many stalls there are.

The Market Place area is not massive so there can't be loads of stalls.

These are Google street view images for 2016 & 2018 :-  



The Northumberland County Council (NCC) doesn't say if it's open or closed  this coming Thursday but I assume with covid restrictions lifted on Monday 19th it should be.

There are contact details on the NCC web site :-



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