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Going to try and sell my Jewellery on Blackbushe Market!!

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  • Going to try and sell my Jewellery on Blackbushe Market!!

    Have been given the opportunity to share a pitch at Blackbushe Market to sell my jewellery. And I've also been given a market stall to use!!

    Blackbushe Market is the biggest outdoor market in Europe so I thought I'd give it a go, seeing as it is open all year round, and I don't have to wait for a local craft fair. The share of the pitch will cost me £46 for the day, but that's not bad considering the average number of visitors is 20,000 a day!

    Won't be going for a few weeks (I have to design changes to the market stall I've been given - but it's got to be purple & gold - I'll be the only stall on the market to look like a Cadbury Chocolate bar!!) but I will let you know how I get on and the progress in changing the market stall.

    Wish me luck!!

    Fiona
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    Good luck! :lol:

    Keep us up-to-date..
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    • #3
      Thank you - will keep you up to date.

      It actually feels a bit scary - selling my jewellery in person in public!! So far I've had a website to hide behind!!

      Oh well, here goes!
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      • #4
        Best of Luck - let us know how it goes via the forum.
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