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Calling all fashionistas: The UK’s largest pop up thrift market is coming back to Manchester

Whether you’re looking for vintage pieces, sports, big brands or shopping on a budget, the UKs largest thrift market is back for you!

Clothes Cycle is back at Victoria Park on Sunday 12 May with over 100 sellers.

The day isn’t just about shopping – there will be music from local DJs, nail and tooth gem artists, tarot card readings, permanent jewellery stands as well as street food and a bar.

There will also be a clothing swap, which lets you refresh your wardrobe guilt free.

The market was last in Manchester in October 2023 and has also been in Newcastle, Leeds and Edinburgh.

Founder of clothes cycle limited Poppy Collingwood-Cameron said: “Clothes cycle was born out of a desire to solve all the issues that traditionally came with thrifting and put people off buying second-hand clothes.

“Sustainable fashion practices accelerated hugely during lockdown and the company has captured the innovation and entrepreneurship that surfaced among gen-z during COVID.”

Tickets can be purchased via the website or at the door for £5, under 12s free.

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