Pop-Up Markets / When they are being held this year / How to book a stall space
New Ferry's district centre has suffered following the 2017 explosion which took out several shops; and businesses have been unable to reopen. The CLT's pop-up markets are designed to give local people who have started their own fledgling businesses but who don't have a premises to trade from to come to our precinct and offer their wares to our residents and potential visitors to the town.
The CLT aims to hold 4 events per year. The markets are open to anyone who has a fledgling business, and who has their own public liability insurance (evidence must be provided when applying for a pitch space). Anyone who prepares/cooks any food items that they sell must provide evidence of their food hygiene safety rating which they have been awarded by their local authority. Please note that the CLT has a pitch space charge, and also ask for a refundable deposit which is returned to you if you turn up on the day. They supply only the space in the street for your stall; the CLT does not supply gazebos or tables - you will need to bring your own. If the weather is expected to be windy on the day, a contingency plan exists which allows the CLT to use an adjacent building where the market can be held indoors.
The markets in 2020 will be held on the following days subject to lifting of the Coronavirus restrictions:
Businesses who want to come to the markets should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and request an application form.
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