Grampound Village Hall hosts two regular markets each month: Grampound Local Produce Market on the last Saturday of each month (not December) and the Antiques and Vintage Fair on the third Sunday of each month.
Craft fairs are held three times a year, generally running from Monday to Friday, or Tuesday to Saturday during the Easter break, the school summer holiday, and the autumn half-term holiday.
The hall also stages a beer festival once a year, generally on the first Friday and Saturday in February or March.
Grampound local produce market has been held in the village hall every month from 2009 until 2020 when the Coronavirus pandemic shut this type of event down. The market is held on the last Saturday in each month:
Hopefully, the markets will be able to restart at some point in 2021. Watch this space for announcements.
Grampound Antiques and Vintage Fair has been held in the village hall for several years, usually on the third Sunday in each month. These events are currently on hold until government restrictions are eased. Watch this space for announcements.
See also Antiques Fair website
Arts and craft fairs have been held in the village hall, usually three times a year, each one running for five days from Monday to Friday: in the Easter holidays, in the summer holidays and in the autumn half-term. With the Coronavirus pandemic impacting on these events in 2020, the only fair held was a Christmas special on Saturday-Sunday 12-13 December 2020.
We are hoping that the arts and craft fairs will be resumed at some time in 2021.