Here's seven events for you to enjoy in Sheffield this weekend.
Haddon Hall in Derbyshire is holding a spring artisan market for artisan tradersfor the first time.
It starts on April 5, and runs until Sunday with stalls located in Haddons beautiful rooms and inthe Gardeners Cottage. The market will be open from 10am 5pm, with last entry at 4pm. Tickets are priced at 5.50.
In Stocksbridge, the first Fox Valley Farmers Market of spring takes place this weekend on Saturday April 6 from 9am-3pm.
A range of local traders will be joining the market including fresh produce from Ellis Fruit and Veg, the Old Bridge Bakery, the Sheffield Pie Society, and the Cheese Shop.
There will also be lots of craft and gift stalls.
The team from Neo Med restaurant will be serving paella and gyros as part of the Fox Valley Farmers' marker this weekend, while singer and guitarist James Fitzsimon will be entertaining shoppersfrom 10am-2pm.
City festival favourite Peddler returns at 92 Burton Road for its 41ststreet food market this Friday night and Saturday. Expect the usual foodie treats, live music and new traders Tacoporium and The Patty Freaks.
Taste some fresh seafood flavours at The Stags Head pub on Psalter Lane, which is selling fresh mussel dishes all weekend,
Abbeyda;e Brewery's first major event since its recent expansion takes place over this Saturday and Sunday, April 6 and 7, promisinga range of beers served from cask, keg and tank, including some one-off festival exclusives. Food and music is on offertoo. Tickets are available now priced at 7-8 including a bespoke stainless steel reusable pint pot, and your first drink. To book visit http://bit.ly/opendayblog.
There will be a tempting range of hot dishes to choose from, speciality cakes, breads and preserves. There will also be local crafts, spring plants and cosmetics on offer.
The market will be held in Sharrow on Sunday, April 7 between midday and 4pm.