Traders Tag

The LYLM event with a beach and so much more...

Operating at around 100% occupancy with 108 stalls, this daily market is a thriving community space in the heart of South London.   Q: So what new start opportunities are there at Brixton Market Village and Row? We offer prospective traders the opportunity to be independent in a...

[gallery] Oswestry Markets kick off #LYLM2015 in glorious sunshineTo support the national Love Your Local Market campaign Oswestry Town Council offered stalls for a “tenner” to encourage new potential traders to use the market.  Stalls were also made available for local charities, whilst there were also stalls...

New traders to the markets industry can trade free at 3 of Manchester’s most successful markets on any Friday in May.   All new business start up traders are welcome to trade at Harpurhey, Longsight and Wythenshawe markets. Our aim is to develop and grow...

This is the biggest single issue facing the retail market industry.   We are losing market traders in significant numbers and, although we have started to attract new traders with nationwide initiatives such as the NMTF’s First Pitch and Nabma’s Love Your Local Market, the numbers gained...

[gallery] That’s right folks….The Market of the Year Awards have changed to the Great British Market Awards and they start TODAY. Just go straight to the NABMA website to enter your market for any one or more of the 12 categories and then lets get a bit...

[gallery] We’ve heard on the Love Your Local Market grapevine that the fabulous Maria, oh she of Borough Market Bubble and squeak fame, has just become the markets longest serving trader, celebrating 50 years behind the counter at Maria’s Market Café on Monday 16th June. Borough Market’s...

[gallery] We really need to change consumer perceptions of how the Big Four operate and this is a great tool for winning that war for fruit and veg traders. Make up your board and then connect to some comparison sites or online shopping services. You will...

We're not sure if you have seen it yet but we have had a blog published in The Guardian online this week, the the Local Leaders Network section.  For the published article please go to: If you want to regenerate a town centre, set up...