The market, at the centre of Leighton Buzzard, is both an historic and modern feature of our town.

Named in the Domesday Book of 1086, Leighton Buzzard had the biggest market in Bedfordshire and was owned by the King. It was a traditional market where livestock, grown produce and made products were traded with farmers and producers travelling in from the surrounding areas.

Read more about the history of the market.

Today, Leighton Buzzard has a bustling, modern twice-weekly market at the heart of the vibrant High Street. The market runs on a Tuesday and Saturday where shoppers can choose from stalls selling everything from classic market staples such as fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, plants and cut flowers to books, shoes, clothing & food.

Find out more about our Charter Market

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Leighton Buzzard Town Centre Map