A much-loved market celebrating local craftsmanship and sustainable fashion is returning to an East Lancs village this weekend.

Whalley Artisan Market, presented by Crafty Vintage, will take place on Sunday, July 30 at the rear of the Swan Hotel in King Street.

The market offers a selection of handcrafted artisanal products, from intricately designed jewellery to home décor.

Lancashire Telegraph: Whalley Artisan Market celebrates the best of local craftsmanshipWhalley Artisan Market celebrates the best of local craftsmanship (Image: Crafty Vintage)

This month, the market will take a stand for sustainability in fashion, showcasing a number of pre-loved designed boutiques, offering retro Gucci, rare Prada pieces, and ultra-rare classics from brands such as The CP Company and Stone Island.

The event also encourages visitors to ‘embrace the spirit of togetherness’, providing the perfect opportunity to rekindle connections.

The market offers entertainment for all ages, including live music performances, and there will be a wide selection of street food served from a repurposed fire engine.

Lancashire Telegraph: Laura Johnson, director of Crafty VintageLaura Johnson, director of Crafty Vintage (Image: Crafty Vintage)

Laura Johnson, director of Crafty Vintage, said: “We are beyond excited to bring back the Whalley Artisan Market, a celebration of local talent and community spirit.

“Our aim is to provide a memorable and immersive experience for all attendees, showcasing the best of Whalley and the Ribble Valley while promoting sustainable fashion and fostering cherished connections.”