Free Platform for Young Entrepreneurs at Salisbury Teenage Market

By Ben Carey on 29 March, 2019

Saturday 13th April sees the return of Salisbury Teenage Market to the Guildhall Square alongside the usual Charter Market from 10am until 3pm.

The Teenage Market, a Salisbury City Council initiative,  supports young, creative talent in the city by providing a free platform for entrepreneurial young people under the age of 25 to showcase their business ideas, promote their skills and sell creative products.

Stalls will feature items such as homemade jewellery, cakes, paintings, greeting cards, accessories and garden items.

The Council provides gazebos, tables, chairs and insurances to offer young stallholders an opportunity to gain business experience and display their talents.

Previous Teenage Market stallholders have gone on to become established business owners and successful market traders.

In addition to the stalls there will be live performances from local acoustic musicians including Lucy Trigwell and Daisy Morgan-Smith as well as dance performances from local community acts Elevate and Panthera Dance Company, adding to the vibrant atmosphere in the market place.

Performer space is still available; for more information visit the Salisbury City Council website.