A TUESDAY market will be launched in Dover town in November.
The Dover Town Team, which has been working on the project to revive the market and entice artisan traders and shopkeepers into having stalls, says the Bluebird Market has attracted interest from more than 40 individuals and businesses.
As well as established traders, the team have 12 stalls to lease on market days to new entrepreneurs who want to take part.
The stalls, funded with a £6,000 grant from Dover Town Council, can be reserved with the town team for collection on the day.
The first market will be held in the Market Square on November 6 from 9am and then every Tuesday.
It is hoped that the move from Saturday to Tuesday will create a hub for farmers’ market produce, arts and crafts, jewellery and home cooking to run alongside more general traders.
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