As part of ‘Love your Local Market’ fortnight we are encouraging people across the city to rediscover their local market.
From fresh fruit and vegetables to the finest fabrics – Nottingham’s market have something for everyone!
Nottingham has markets that run in Bilborough, Bulwell, Clifton, St Ann’s, Hyson Green, upper Victoria Centre and a thriving car boot sale in Colwick.
‘Love your Local Market’ fortnight runs from 15 May until 29 May. The campaign is in its second year and is geared towards celebrating and supporting the market in your local area.
The fortnight will provide a national spotlight on markets across the country and is being supported by both the markets industry & Government. The main aim of the
campaign is to recruit new market traders and also to demonstrate the importance of the market as a community asset. The campaign aims to build affection and support
for markets and enhance their status within the local community.
Nottingham City Council has been running markets since 1155 and evidently brings a buzzing atmosphere to the local areas where they operate. Markets in Nottingham have so much variety to offer, from fresh fruit and vegetables to clothes, haberdashery, and a range of freshly cooked cuisine.
As part of the celebrations we are offering potential food traders the opportunity to trade free of charge in Victoria Centre Market’s newly furnished food hall for two weeks.
We would like to hear from food traders who would be interested in a potential long term position in Victoria Market food hall and would like the chance to have a trial run.
If you would like more information regarding your local market or having a stall on Victoria food Hall contact us on 0115 915970 or download the application form below.
For more information about Love Your Local Market fortnight please visitwww.loveyourlocalmarket.org.uk
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