Friday 11th November 2011, Your Local Guardian By Lauren May
The borough’s first ever enterprise market was held last month with 30 stall-holders taking part.
Traders jumped at the offer of a free trading space at Epsom’s Market Place by Epsom and Ewell Council for local people.
Councillor Clive Woodbridge, vice chair of the council’s strategy and resources committee said: “We are thrilled that so many local traders, businesses and entrepreneurs took the opportunity to develop their trade in such a great community setting.
“From home-made soaps and hand-crafted jewellery to original wildlife photography and garden wares – all tastes were catered for and it was just superb to see such a diverse range of stallholders.
“Epsom and Ewell Council is proud of its market heritage and we are all committed to creating a more vibrant and buoyant commercial centre in Epsom Town Centre.”
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