Love your Local Market

 Love Your Local Market – 15 – 29 May 2013
Markets involved are Berwick Street, Church Street, Strutton Ground and Tachbrook Street.
In Westminster, there will be opportunities for new stallholders to ‘Trade for a Fiver’ during the campaign.
Becoming a Market Trader
There are 5 markets in Westminster where you require a permanent licence to trade:
Berwick Street W1
This is one of the oldest markets in the country, steeped in history and located in the heart of Soho.  For further details about this market please click here
Open: Monday to Saturday, 8am – 6pm
What you can buy:
•    Fruit and veg
•    Vintage clothing
•    Fresh bread & cakes
•    Various hot food including: Vietnamese; Falafel; Chinese; Mexican & Moroccan burritos
Church Street NW8
Located in the diverse area near Edgware Road, this market is particularly vibrant on Saturdays when it boasts more than 200 pitches.  For further details about this market please click here
Open: Monday to Saturday, 8am – 6pm
What you can buy:
•    Clothing
•    Clothing accessories
•    Household goods
•    Jewellery
•    Luggage
•    Leather goods
•    Fish
•    Hot food
•    Fruit and veg
Rupert Street W1
Although currently quite a small market, it has some exciting food stalls with other traders due to commence soon.
Open: Monday to Saturday, 8am – 6pm
What you can buy:
•    Mexican burritos
•    Moroccan burritos
•    Thai food
Strutton Ground SW1
A bustling lunchtime market that serves many surrounding offices as well as local residents and tourists.  For further details about this market please click here
Open: Monday to Friday, 8am – 2.30pm
What you can buy:
•    Hot food and coffee
•    Clothing
•    Clothing accessories
•    Luggage
•    Leather goods
•    Jewellery
•    Fashion accessories
Tachbrook Street SW1
Run by Westminster Artisans this market has grown significantly in the last two years, selling a mixture of staple and luxury foods.  For further details about this market please click here
Open: Monday to Saturday, 8am – 6pm
What you can buy:
•    Fish
•    Meat
•    Cheeses
•    Fruit and veg
•    Household goods
•    Footwear
•    Variety of hot food

Useful information about applying for a permanent licence
If you are interested in applying to trade in one of Westminster’s markets, please read the leaflet becoming a permanent market trader before applying. This outlines the process for applying and the latest details on what commodities we will licence traders to sell at each of the markets. For further details with regards to availability and commodities, please check the latest availability and commodities for each Market

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How to apply for a temporary licence
In addition to permanent licences Westminster also offer licences for temporary traders. Temporary traders are allocated pitches on a daily basis and issued with a temporary licence. Westminster currently have vacancies for temporary licences and if you are interested in applying please read becoming a temporary trader before submitting an application form.

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