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Started on the 24th February 2008, Sloans Market, Glasgow is a wee gem. Every weekend you will find an excellent selection of stalls and friendly traders lining Sloans Lane. Everything from jewellery to handbags, soap to scarves, designer clothing...more
We were atractted by the spiderman who was dancing in the front of a small alley with a flag "Sloan Market". We got into the alley and saw some stalls with things to sell. A stall with comic books, a stall with "winter" stuff such...More
We just noticed this place and decided to do a walk to see if there is anything interesting. Oh well I was thinking of some of my friends while walking and checking the stalls. A lot of interesting items that would make some of my...More
Was out in town with my daughter and popped into Sloans for a lunch, have to say I was impressed by the portions and quality of the food. We had ordered fish and chips and a burger and fries from the kids menu and it...More
A stone throw away from one of the oldest pubs in Glasgow is Sloan's lane where takes part a small market every week end. From 11am to 5pm both Saturday and Sunday a bunch of local makers gather to sell their wares and it's a...More
I love visiting this little market it's always buzzing. There are lots of unusual jewellery stalls and various other gift ideas. I went to the psychic on a couple of occasions - completely contradicted the previous reading and a bit of a nonsense but a...More
This little quaint market is well worth a visit. It is nestled just off the Argyll Street and lined the way to the pub of the same name. There are stalls selling crepes, jewellry, clothing amongst other things. Definitely worth a visit.
I visit this very small market quite often as the stalls change frequently.It is set in a small lane that runs from Buchanan Street to Argyle Street. There is a good mix of stalls but mainly unusual jewelry.Today someone was selling tablet (a Scottish sweet),...More