A new Vegan and Wellbeing Market will launch on Bristol’s Corn Street on April 28 and will then be held weekly every Monday thereafter from 10am to 5pm.
The initiative is the latest from Bristol which has long since led the way in launching themed events in its prime city centre market areas and supporting them with both its market infrastructure and a marketing push.
Bristol City Council, which runs St Nick’s Market, is currently looking for traders to sign up to stalls.
The new market appears to be perfect opportunity for sellers offering vegan produce and street food and other wellness-related products to tap into mainstream sales.
The market site in Corn Street offers exceptionally high footfall, particularly in the lunchtime period and the City Council provide and erect canopies and sheets enabling those without their own stall to trade.
The Council is hoping the new market will prove popular with Bristol’s vegan community, which is growing rapidly in numbers, and will encourage more people to pay more attention to their health and wellbeing.
It will complement the existing market offering at St Nick’s and reinforce the area’s wider commitment to local and sustainable produce.
The St Nick’s independent farmers’ and producers’ market on Wednesdays is already very popular, while its weekly street food market on Tuesdays draws big crowds of hungry lunch-goers each week.
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