Gravesham’s 13th century market set to reopen in November as council looks for traders
PUBLISHED: 09:29 17 June 2016
The market is currently undergoing a £1.6million development
The historic market in Gravesend has drawn the attention of nearly 200 potential traders, ahead of its reopening later this year.
The market, which dates back to the 13th century, is currently undergoing a £1.6million refurbishment.
It is set to reopen in November.
More than 180 people have shown an interest in trading a range of products at the market, including locally produced arts, crafts, breads, pastries and more.
Gravesham council recently held open days for locals to find out more.
If you’re interested in a permanent stall then please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The council is also looking for young people to come forward and be part of its ‘Interface Experience’, a new monthly youth market, encouraging youngsters to trade.
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