A new weekly market is launching in Bristol this spring

Read Time:   |  6th April 2018

St Nicholas Market in Bristol is about to become home to a new weekly vegan market later this month.

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The historic market area of St Nicholas Market in Bristol will soon become host to a brand-new weekly vegan market when the new Bristol Vegan and Wellbeing Market launches later this month.

Bristol City Council, which runs St Nicholas Market, is currently looking for traders to sign up to stalls, with the hope products on sale could include vegan street food, wellness-related books, prayer beads, singing bowls, yoga mats and strength and fitness equipment.

The new market will surely prove to be popular with Bristol’s vegan community, which is growing rapidly in numbers, and will hopefully encourage more people to pay more attention to their health and wellbeing.

It will also complement the existing market offering at St Nicholas Market and reinforce the area’s wider commitment to local and sustainable produce.

The market will launch on Corn Street on April 28 and will then be held every Monday from 10am to 5pm.

For more information and to apply for a stall at the Bristol Vegan and Wellbeing Market, visit the Bristol City Council website.

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