This is a quick post to highlight the fact that Walsall’s award-winning Night Market is to return this week, on Thursday evening in the town centre 5pm to 9pm.
There will be loads of local traders, great food and entertainment. The excellent local artisan bakers Slow Loaf will be there, as will Banyan Tree Rustics who were present at the first event, and whose rag dolls I fell in love with.
John Burnett from Walsall Council contacted me:
Hope you don’t mind me sending you the info on the next Walsall Night Market to put on your blog?
Also to let you know, Banyan Tree Rustics are back this time with their handmade dolls, you will be able to find them on the same stall as October.
Regeneration Officer – Walsall Town Centre
I have attended both previous events, and they have been excellent. I can’t recommend them highly enough – so please do pop along if you can. There’s something for all the family to enjoy.
Walsall Council issued the following press release:
Preparations are stepping up for the next Walsall night market event which takes place on Thursday 25 July.
Sixty stalls have now been confirmed for the special event which is being held for the third time. It runs from 5 to 9pm.
* Love Button – recycled jewellery from items such as scrabble pieces and lego.
* Charming Chutney Company from Walsall.
* Oldskoolretro Boutique from Walsall selling handmade cushions, record clocks and cake stands.
* Acorns Children’s Hospice raising funds and profile.
* The Little Sunflower Bakery from Walsall.
* Yum Yum selling fresh Chinese food.
* Slow Loaf from Walsall selling artisan breads.
* Churro Susanna – selling authentic Spanish Churros and chocolate.
Other features include a free children’s wildlife craft workshop from 5 to 7pm, live street theatre performance from Cart Before The Horse theatre company at 6 and 7.30pm while Revolution will be returning with their cocktail master class and licensed bar.
Councillor Adrian Andrew, Walsall Council deputy leader, said: ‘There’s not long to go now until the next night market and I’m delighted once again to see what a wide variety of stalls we have lined up.
‘The two previous night market events have had a really positive impact on the town in terms of helping put it on the map and drawing people in from further afield and I’m sure this one will continue to build on that.’
The night market has, on average, attracted around 1,500 people and drawn widespread acclaim winning NAMBA’s Best Speciality Market of the Year 2013.
For more information call Jon Burnett on 01922 654323 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.