The artisan market hosted live DJs and musicians, while showcasing the best food, drink and creativity the city has to offer. Preston City Centre Business Improvement District (BID). said the event was "a great opportunity for Preston".
There was plenty of food on offer
It is hoped the market will attract people into the city centre.
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Visitors came to browse the range of products on offer
A wide range of food was on offer
It was an occasion for all ages.
The weather was fine for the first makers market
Dogs enjoyed the event as well
The stalls were full of colour
There were plenty of smiles on the day
Makers Market events have a loyal following with thousands of expectant visitors heading to their markets across the North West in Knutsford, Liverpool, at the Lowry Outlet, Chorlton and at Spinningfields in Manchester.
There was no shortage of food to enjoy
Crowds perused the goods on offer
Traders were kept busy at Preston's first Markers Market