Young entrepreneurs were out in force in Stratford on 1st September as the National Youth Market took place on Waterside.
The market, which celebrates young traders who are running businesses at markets, festivals and fairs, was open to anyone aged 16-30.
The event was also a competition to find the country’s best young stallholder, who this year was named as Rob Leicester, who runs Warrington Fruit and Vegetables.
More than 40 stallholders took part, selling street food, artisan treats, arts and crafts and handmade gifts.
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