The organisers of Trowbridge Weavers Market, which was held throughout 2019 and postponed last year because of the Covid-19 pandemic, continue their relaunch this Saturday 10 July in and around Fore Street in the town. Venues will include the Town Hall as well as Emmanuel’s yard off Church Street.
The market gives an opportunity for independent local traders to showcase their creativity and to bring the community together, and to offer the public a wide range of unique hand-made products, food and drink. There will also be entertainment on offer from local musicians, organised by local musician Terry Sheppard.
The organisers are welcoming applications from independent traders of all kinds to take stalls, including artisans, makers, creatives, producers and street-food specialists.
The organisers were extremely pleased with the response to the first set of markets and had planned a series of similar markets throughout last year. With the relaunch, it is hoped to create the spirit of the first time round, bringing people together into the town centre in a carnival-like atmosphere.
Organiser Stewart Palmen said: “With our May and June markets this year being such a great success, we are really looking forward to our next one on July 10th. We have received funding both from Wiltshire Council and from Trowbridge Town Council, in recognition of the importance that this market is seen to have for the future growth and prosperity of the town.”
More information can be found at www.trowbridgeweaversmarket.co.uk, including how to apply for a stall.
Markets being planned for the rest of the year through to the autumn, on the second Saturday of every month.