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Want to be a part of the market’s exciting future?

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Would-be stallholders who want to be a part of the exciting future of Scarborough’s transformed market are being invited to get some free advice on how to do it.

The market is holding a special advice session for anyone interested in taking a temporary or permanent stall in the market or ‘the Vaults’.

On Monday 28th November from 4.30pm to 6pm business advisor Chris Goddard and Nick Taylor, Scarborough Borough Council’s Investment Manager will host a session in the market to offer help and advice to anyone considering setting up a market business.

The market is looking for new stallholders to add fresh life to Scarborough’s market following its current £2.7m transformation.

Councillor Bill Chatt, Scarborough Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Public Health and Housing, said: “We know there are people out there with brilliant ideas that would add something new and exciting to the revamped market and we want to meet them.

“This session will provide the help they might need to take the next step and begin the process of setting up a business in the market. We look forward to seeing what wonderful ideas people are coming up with to be a part of an exciting new era for the market.”

As work edges towards completion of the redevelopment, bosses have launched a prospectus for anyone who is interested in being a part of the market’s future. It offers a range of different shop and stall units, in the main market hall or on the mezzanine upper floor and in ‘the Vaults’. They range from temporary, daily stalls to permanent shop units.

Meanwhile work on the £2.7m revamp of the St Helen’s Square market is continuing. The creation of the new mezzanine upper floor is almost complete and work on the main market hall is progressing well, with some of the newly-created units expected to be occupied in the coming weeks.

Interest in the available units is growing and anyone interested in taking one is asked to go along to the advice session or get in touch with Scarborough Borough Council as soon as possible.

For more details, people should contact Nick Taylor, Investment Manager at Scarborough Borough Council on 01723 232440 or via Nick.Taylor@scarborough.gov.uk or download the prospectus here

Market loyalty card

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Fancy saving money when you do your shopping at Scarborough Market Hall including ‘the Vaults’?

Then why not sign up for our new Loyalty Card?

Your Loyalty Card entitles you to 5% off when you spend at least £5 in a single transaction at any of our participating traders. And what’s more, your Loyalty Card is also your invitation to a range of special VIP events and offers throughout the year!

Pick up a special leaflet from the market, sign up and get ready to save!

Christmas shopping at Scarborough Market Hall

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Where better to do your Christmas shopping than Scarborough Market Hall.

We’ve got the best selection of fresh food and unique gift ideas, across two floors in the heart of Scarborough.

Why not make it a locally-sourced Christmas this year? Nothing tastes better than fresh food and our meat, fresh fruit and vegetable stalls are the perfect place to get all those festive food essentials, sourced from across the area…

Ask our market traders about ordering your Christmas food in advance and avoid the last-minute panic!

Pop down to ‘the Vaults’ and you’ll discover a unique variety of little shops, perfect for picking up unusual Christmas gifts for that hard-to-please relative or friend.

There’s everything from clothes and toys, to hand-made jewellery, collectibles and comics, books and personalised clothing and lots, lots more.

Take a break whilst you’re shopping and enjoy a quick cuppa, a tasty snack or a meal at one of our cafes, serving delicious, home-cooked food!

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Christmas celebration

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Scarborough Market Hall will burst into life for a special Christmas celebration on 9th December.

Come down and join us for a mince pie and a glass of mulled wine to get you into the festive spirit while you do your shopping.

There’ll be music from Scarborough’s Community Choir from 12.00 to 12.40pm followed later by a performance by youngsters from Barrowcliff School, from 2pm.
And don’t forget to pop downstairs and visit the Market Hall’s famous ‘Vaults’ and look round its delightful Christmas grotto!

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