About Wragby and the Market
Wragby is named in the Domesday Book as “Waragebi”, when it consisted of 23 households a mill and a church. Through time Wragby developed as a vibrant market town and staging centre through a charter dating back to Charles II. The market was held on a Thursday, and there was a fair held on 1 May, and 28–29 September.
Today, Wragby is a growing market town and is reintroducing a monthly market on the 4th Friday of every month from May through to September.
The Wragby market team want to promote and support local businesses and crafters and give something back to the community. Any profits from the market will be shared amongst local organisations.