All Saints Garden Market in Cambridge wins Great British Market Award
The market, which is run by Cambridge City Council, was counseled by judges for being “a fantastic example of a niche artisan and craft market, with an expertly curated authentic handmade offer of a high standard.”
The ethos of the merchants working at this market is “We make what we sell” and supplies guests with a possibility to satisfy the artists and makers in the gorgeous enclosed setting of All Saints Garden reverse Trinity College. Among these licensed to commerce at All Saints Garden is Glastonbury Festival’s Gold Award successful dealer from 2017.
The announcement of All Saints Gardens Market’s success was made at NABMA’s sooner or later convention in Birmingham as a part of the Great British Market Awards.
Cllr Rosy Moore, Executive Councillor for Environmental Services and City Centre, stated: “I’m delighted that All Saints Garden Market has been recognised by this nationwide award. The degree of workmanship and information of the numerous very good merchants that assist the market are what units it aside from different comparable markets.
“We’re trying ahead to constructing on this success with our programme of occasions, starting with Love Your Local Market in May, that assist our merchants and proceed to encourage residents and others to go to this excellent market.”
Hilary Paxman Chief Executive of NABMA stated: “The judges were impressed with the continued success and longevity of All Saints Garden Market. Now in its 43rd year, this niche market for local arts and crafts producers has strong links with the community and continues to thrive as a destination in its own right, adding substantially to the retail offer in the city.”
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