Who we are

Why choose Bristol Market?

Celebrating Local Artisans

BristolMarket.co.uk proudly showcases a vibrant community of talented makers, producers, and creatives through our meticulously curated Makers Marketplace directory.

Géraldine Wise, is a passionate advocate for independent businesses and a dedicated supporter of shopping small. At the heart of BristolMarket.co.uk, our core values revolve around ethical practices, unwavering quality, fostering a sense of community, and promoting inclusivity.

We are committed to the concept of ‘buying better,’ encouraging shoppers to make mindful choices. Géraldine personally selects each maker, delighting in the opportunity to connect small businesses with like-minded consumers who share our values. While our name pays homage to Bristol, our impact extends far beyond our beloved city. BristolMarket.co.uk has attracted a diverse community of talented artisans and enthusiastic supporters from across the UK and beyond. Join us in celebrating the beauty of handmade treasures and the joy of ethical shopping in Bristol and beyond.

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Makers Marketplace

Our online Makers Marketplace directory features a wealth of tip-top brands producing wonderfully unique, handcrafted creations, designs and produce. The directory is a permanent resource on our website, ready to provide shopping inspiration whenever needed! Head to our Makers Marketplace to meet our makers.

Windmill Hill Market

Bristol Market has recently joined forces with Windmill Hill City Farm and Square Route Events to create Windmill Hill Market, an exciting new (non-virtual!) market in Bristol. Set within the City Farm, you can meet makers from our Makers Marketplace Directory in ‘real life’. You may just run into Géraldine too!

About Géraldine

With a strong background in events, Géraldine has produced WOMAD festival shows around the globe, compiled publications for Alastair Sawday’s Special Places, tour managed numerous high-profile bands and run her own baby café business. For the past ten years, she has been working as a market manager for some of Bristol’s best-loved markets – including those at the Tobacco Factory and Temple Quay.

“I have loved markets for as long as I can remember. Growing up in France, market visits were a real pleasure for me, especially when holidaying in Provence. The hustle and bustle, the colours, the smells, each stall unique… Such a joyful atmosphere! Enjoying markets and supporting independent makers continued to be an important part of my life, but it was only when I became a market manager – almost by chance really – that I realised I wanted them to be the focus of my career too! The chance to work so closely with people who create and produce – people so full of passion and energy – is a privilege and something I truly relish.”


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