The last Salisbury Teenage Market of the year will take place in Salisbury’s Guildhall Square on Saturday 28 October from 10am-3pm.
Organised and managed by Salisbury City Council the Teenage Market is now in its third year. In 2017 the City Council held 2 successful Teenage Markets showcasing over 150 traders and 40 performers so far.
The last market of 2017 is expected to host thirty talented young stall holders accompanied by fantastic music throughout the day!
The Salisbury Teenage Market is a free platform for entrepreneurial young people wanting to promote their skills and business ideas, lots of traders over the last 3 years have gone on to become established business owners and market traders across the County and further afield.
Creative artist Harri Tea joined the Teenage market in 2014 and has gone on to exhibit work in galleries, cafes and even Salisbury District Hospital.
She said, “If you're a new artist trying to wriggle your way into this enormous industry as I still am, then you'll understand that every opportunity counts. I cannot thank the Teenage Market enough.”
Talented musician Josie Hallett who pays the guitar, ukulele ad sings has also benefitted from performing at the Salisbury Teenage Market, she said, “I have performed at four teenage markets previously and do not plan on leaving them anytime soon! For anyone wanting to perform and get themselves known keep practicing and performing in front of small crowds.”
Stalls are still available for the October Market, anyone interested should contact the Council on 01722 342860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://theteenagemarket.co.uk/locations/salisbury/