The South Coast Makers Market returns to Bournemouth this Saturday

AFTER FIVE months of retail foreclosure, South Coast Makers Market opens this Saturday in Bournemouth town center with a list of 45 local businesses.

Visitors can expect a curated collection of high-quality merchants showcasing talented South Coast creatives alongside a host of local food and drink, including Bad Hand Coffee, The Way Outback, and fire pizzas from Chulli wood.

The Bournemouth Independent Manufacturers Market takes place at the Loading Dock on Saturday 1 May, located in the heart of Bournemouth behind The Avenue shopping center.

A spokesperson for South Coast Makers Market said: “Supporting artisan makers and high street independents is at the heart of what we do, and we are delighted to reopen with an exceptional range of bright and innovative local businesses. .

“We specialize in bringing an ever-changing variety of independent businesses to our monthly market, all run by passionate owners who love what they do.

“For those who can’t make it this week, the South Coast Makers Market takes place on the first Saturday of each month at the Bournemouth loading dock behind The Avenue shopping center. ”

Subject to foreclosure restrictions, South Coast Makers Market will then continue its monthly markets, held on the first Saturday of each month.

Entry to this market for families and dogs is £ 1 and children are free. Clear social distancing plans are in place, including a one-way system inside, all food services outside, a hand sanitizer station at the entrance, and limited tickets.

South Coast Makers Market has made supporting local businesses even easier by introducing their ‘Keep it LOCAL’ loyalty card, offering department store discounts to 65 independent businesses in the area and a growing number of businesses. join every week.

For just £ 15 per year (just £ 1.25 per month), the ‘Keep it LOCAL’ program is giving customers a South Coast Makers Market tote bag, plus exclusive discounts and deals over $ 65 independent local businesses, including discounts from hairdressers, restaurants, and wellness and fitness companies.

The spokesperson added, “Our high streets and communities thrive when we choose to support independent local businesses, so we created the Keep it LOCAL card to reward customers who buy from local independents across the region.”

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