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Great Homer Street Market, Liverpool

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  • Greaty is a Saturday tradition in our house. We always visited every Saturday to grab a bargain. I live close so visit on a regular basis and love finding something different there. There's a fabulous...  more »
  • Was told that this is 'the' market to visit so we visited it last week, but it's just a market selling the usual stuff you find anywhere. There are indoor and outdoor stalls but i bought nothing as th...  more »
  • This was once an excellent market, since the move to the other side of the street the car park is now too small, many people give up and just drive away, they must be loosing trade. Its a shame as it ...  more »