April 19, 2012 Sunderland Echo
The popular Makers’ Market has left its former base at the Seaburn Centre and relocated to the Alexandra pub in Grangetown, Sunderland.
After a short break, business is back to normal on Sunday, when the stalls will be open from 10am to 4pm.
Organiser Fiona Teasdale launched the market two years ago and has seen it go from strength to strength, but it was decided a new location was needed for the rest of 2012.
Fiona said: “The Makers’ Market will carry on.”
She said those involved in the market “are really are amazing people, have incredible talent and personalities and all have a story to tell”.
She added: “It’s those things that keep us motivated and working hard for them and, of course, the lovely people of Sunderland.
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