Journal by: Matt Jones
A COMMUNITY market has been launched offering free stalls to traders for up to eight weeks.
Denbighshire Council and Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council (DVSC) is offering social enterprises, charities and entrepreneurs the chance to trade for free on Rhyl’s twice weekly market.
The first stallholders to take part launched their stalls last week and included Denbighshire Care and Repair and Rhyl Create.
Sandy Williams, social enterprise officer for DVSC, said: “The opportunity given here is unique and exciting – people getting the chance to raise funds for their charity or the people of Denbighshire getting a chance to get a taste of running their own business for no outlay giving them a real opportunity on the road to setting up their own business.”
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