June 14, 2012 Plymouth Herald
POTENTIAL traders are invited to spend a day manning a stall at the pannier market to see exactly what the job entails.
As part of celebrating the Love Your Local Market campaign and National Market Day, Plymouth City Market is seeking enthusiastic local producers, farmers, micro-businesses and those interested in starting their own business to trade, free of charge, for one day, on Saturday, July 7.
Even though shopping patterns have changed in recent years on UK high streets, Plymouth City Market bosses stress it is a still lively, bustling community hub that has served Plymouth for more than 52 years, with an ever expanding and diverse range of products.
They say city shoppers still enjoy coming to the market to buy fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh fish and flowers and to browse through art and craft stalls for one-of-a-kind, hand-made items.
The market styles itself as a place where shoppers can converse with retailers who are passionate about products ranging from jewellery, ribbons and buttons to chunky chutneys!
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