Do you want to trade at Camden's Eco-festive pop-up markets?
Camden Council is inviting enterprising residents, street traders and businesses to be part of an exciting series of three eco festive pop-up markets across the borough this December.
A Camden Council spokesperson said:
“As part of the council’s commitment to improving our street markets and addressing the climate emergency, we will be holding a series of eco-friendly festive pop-up markets.
“Do you already sell, or have a great idea for an eco-friendly festive gift or product that you would like to bring to a new audience?
“The application process is quick and easy, with costs from £30 per market stall.”
Scheduled for Saturday 14 December (10.30am to 3pm), at Swiss Cottage Open Space. Friday 20 December (10.30am to 3pm), in Chalton Street and Saturday 21 December (9am to 3pm) in Queens Crescent, the council are seeking ethical, sustainable stalls with a product range or idea that must; aim to produce zero waste, feature ethical and sustainable products, be free from single use or bio-plastic packaging, be 100% unpackaged or allow for un-packaged sales or consist of locally sourced products or 100% recyclable products and contents.
The deadline for applications is 12 noon, Tuesday, 10 December 2019.
- Also featuring at Queens Crescent market will be Refill Station Camden, our first trailer stall made from reclaimed and recycled materials.
- Bring your own containers or bags or buy a recyclable reusable jar
- You can receive up to a 10% discount on unpackaged purchases. Visit www.camden.gov.uk/camden-recycling-rewards to join the discount scheme