Traders and car booters encouraged to get involved in Wisbech Central Sunday Market
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A weekly Sunday joint market and car boot event which has been running in Wisbech for the past month is proving popular.
Run by the town council, the Wisbech Central Sunday Market comprises a traditional market accompanied by a car boot sale.
A Wisbech Town Council spokesman said: “The council has desires to improve its markets offer to the public, as well as playing its part in enhancing the vibrancy and vitality of Wisbech town centre for the benefit of all of those who use Wisbech as a place to live, work or visit.
“It is felt that the operation of a Sunday market and associated car boot event on Wisbech Market Place accords with those ambitions.”
Traders’ and sellers’ access to the Market Place are available from 6.30am. Market traders book their pitches with the council in the same way as for the other daily markets operated by Wisbech Town Council.
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The allocation of pitches to those wishing to sell items as part of the associated car boot event is done on a first-come, first-served basis on the day. Those trading from a car boot pitch are permitted to sell used goods only. The pitches for car booters are being offered for free.
Anyone wanting further information regarding the Wisbech Central Sunday Market can contact Wisbech Town Council by telephone (01945 461333), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in person (1 North Brink, Wisbech – between 9am and 3pm, Mondays to Fridays).
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