#LYLM2016 Tag

Looking back on Love Your Local Market fortnight in 2016, we caught up with Richard Beddard from Stockton Market to find out what they got up to.   The LYLM event was widely publicized on all forms over social media from both the Stockton Council accounts and Rediscover...

Operating 200 stalls at around 60% occupancy rate, Tommyfield Market Hall in Oldham narrowly missed out on the coveted Best Love Your Local Market Event in the Great British Market Awards. We caught up with them to ask what they had done during #LYLM2016. Q: So what new...

Operating an average of 99 stalls at around 93% occupancy rate, the Cambridge General and Sunday Market pulled out all the stops for Love Your Local Market fortnight. Q: So what new start opportunities are there at Cambridge Market? For Love Your Local Market, the team offered...

Energetic young people made more than a mark on the marketplace when they set out their stalls in Southend High Street.   Enterprising Eve Bramley’s homemade vegan goodies and more earned her a top prize from Southend Youth Market judges. Eve’s stall ‘A Kind Mama,’ sold out of...

There has been a lot of debate in recent months on LinkedIn about how markets can be more prominent on the worldwide web - it's a big place, so how can your market stand out from the crowd.   Cambridge Markets are as ever celebrating Love Your...

BRITAIN’S favourite apprentice shared his expertise with young market traders of the future in Swansea today as part of Love Your Local Market fortnight.   Adam Corbally, who appeared in the smash hit BBC One programme with Sir Alan Sugar in 2012, visited Swansea Market on Wednesday...

Penkridge Market, near Stafford, has announced that it will be participating in the high profile, national 2016 Love Your Local Market campaign, led by the National Association of British Market Authorities (NABMA), with full support from the wider markets industry and government.   The initiative, which was...

Celebratory markets will be held at North End Road on 21st and 28th May to mark Love Your Local Market Fortnight.   Young entrepreneurs, start up businesses, students and others have been invited to take part in two special Saturday markets on North End Road to celebrate...

LUCKY shoppers at Darlington’s Covered Market will have the chance to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the town centre for free as Darlington celebrates Love your Local Market.   A limited number of places are on offer for a free guided tour up the 152 year-old...