Open Hours: General: 6a-5p M, Tu, Th, Second hand: 6a-3:30p W, Fresh goods: 6a-5p F, 6a-5:30p Sa, Flea Market: 7a-2p Su
This market is named after the pub that used to be next door. Now, the market is on a new site in the same area and has a ... More
Nag's Head Market
This market is named after the pub that used to be next door. Now, the market is on a new site in the same area and has a roof - believe me, when it starts raining, you'll wonder why other markets don't do the same. Flea markets are often in less than reputable areas, and this ones no different (watch out for the men selling dodgy cigarettes on every corner), so it's probably a good thing that it runs during the day. But the crowds of people all looking for bargains in clothes, household goods, toys, accessories and food all create a great buzz on the weekends.
lot of different stuff under one roof is very good and appealing idea of management for such markets.market location is excellent.Atmosphere is average, `cause some of young traders are always busy in watching young female customers.They looks more interestd in young ladies as compare to their business.
Location is perfect with one gate on seven sister road and other to the Morrison.But the major problem of this market is cleanliness.Every time I visit this market,I found a lot of rubish on floor and almost in every corner of the market.
I would like to add last line of my review about a stall of makeup stuff stuated at the gate of morrison side, run by a young and gorgeous lady,called Maraf. She manage every single item of her stall as nicely as she is herself.She has very good skill of customer service,she talks very politely with customers. And most of time she is very cooprative with customers, specially with old customers. That is why I love and appreciate that stall. And one last reason why I really appreciate that stall is, `cause I have been running Unit 12 & 13 for more than 2 years.
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