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New Sheffield Market / Winter Market Applications Launched

New Sheffield Market / Winter Markets Applications 
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Weekend Of The Maker - Sheffield

We have joined up with online marketplace Folksy and Roco Creative Co-op to bring you a very special event in Sheffield on Sat 26 & Sun 27 November. Featuring a market, craft workshops, business development sessions, and an evening social-come-party, you can read more about the event and what to expect here.

Trader applications launch today and you can apply by clicking here.

Winter Market Applications are GO!

Today is a big day for traders, you can now apply to the following events on our website...

Oval Space, Bethnal Green - Sat 19 Nov
Weekend Of The Maker, Sheffield - Sat 26 & Sun 27 Nov
The Dogstar, Brixton - Sat 3 & Sun 4 Dec
Bussey Building, Peckham - Sat 10 & Sun 11 Dec

Don't forget that we also have our Christmas Night Markets to come in December too ( Geffrye Museum 1st & 15th / Museum Of London Docklands 8th) and applications for these events will run from 7th - 21st September.

Brixton Autumn Market Craft Workshops.
 
We have just confirmed our Craft workshop schedule for our Brixton Market on 17th & 18th September and you can read more about what is on offer here including a fun screen printing tote bag workshop by Justine Ellis

You can also view the trader listings for our forthcoming Brixton (17 & 18 Sept) and Peckham (8 & 9 Oct) events on the website now by clicking here.
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