By Hannah Brown
A new type of market is coming to Chelmsford High Street this October.
This market will not have the traditional fruit and vegetable stalls. This market will bring vintage clothes, music and other unique products to the city centre.
Tillie Peel, 25, runs a vintage clothing business called The Bearded Gypsy Vintage Co and organised a vintage trade fayre in the car park of the Bay Horse in Chelmsford last year.
Following the success of the little fayre which had just seven traders, Tillie took on the challenge of organising the High Street Takeover back in June as part of Chelmsford Festival.
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