Salisbury Teenage Market will return to the Guildhall Square on Sunday 19th June from 10am until 4pm.
The Market, which will be running alongside Car Boot Sundays next month, will provide a free platform for aspiring entrepreneurs under the age of 21 to showcase their business ideas and creative talent.
The Guildhall Square will be bustling with young local entrepreneurs selling items including delicious homemade cakes and sweets, clothing, handmade jewellery, hair accessories, homeware, prints and garden items. There will also be fantastic performances by local dancers and musicians bringing a vibrant atmosphere to the city centre.
The market is an excellent first opportunity for traders. Some of those who have attended previous Teenage Markets have gone on to become established business owners and market traders across the County and further afield.
The Council provides gazebos, tables and insurance so that the young stallholders can have the opportunity to gain business experience and display their talents.
Performer and trader space is still available; for more information and to apply click here.
A Salisbury City Council spokesperson said, “Come and browse the fabulous products, enjoy entertainment from the best up and coming local talent and support the young entrepreneurs as they showcase their businesses and creative skills in the Guildhall Square.”
Salisbury Teenage Market will be running alongside Car Boot Sundays next month. For more information on the Car Boot Sale, click here.