Forthcoming Street Market and Hailsham Festival Events in Vicarage Field
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Coinciding with the weekly Hailsham Street Market on Saturday 9th September and Saturday 16th September, Hailsham Festival has organised entertainment in Vicarage Field as part of its Opening Celebrations, including music from Hailsham FM and various activities.
The following Saturday (23rd September) will feature live entertainment as part of 18 Hours' 'Journeys Festival of Dance', bringing French Compagnie Bilbobasso to Vicarage Field to coincide with the weekly street market, performing their spectacular show 'Amor' - an alliance of Argentinian Tango, music and fire.
"Residents and visitors can expect everything from the finest food and gifts on sale at the Town Council's street markets in September, in addition to some amazing entertainment and activities as part of this year's Hailsham Festival of Arts and Culture" said Mickey Caira, Deputy Town Clerk & Business Enterprise Manager. "Our weekly street markets attract traders and visitors from across the region and next month's first three markets will be no exception, especially as they are coinciding with the entertainment and activity treats which the Hailsham Festival Committee has organised!"
"Whilst there are further arrangements to be made, we are confident that the markets and entertainment taking place in September will be well received by the public and provide fun for everyone."
Hailsham Street Market takes place in Vicarage Field from 8.30am to 1.30pm every Saturday, selling fresh, locally sourced items, as well as gifts, accessories and more. Current regular traders include Open Bakery (artisan breads), Ace Knits & Bits (knitting supplies), One of a Kind (accessories and children's clothing), Tranquil Treasures GB (handmade jewellery), Misty Acres (fresh cut flowers), The Jam Lady (jams and preserves), Saul Separates (ladies clothing) and The Online Sweet Shop (confectionery).
Some of the local producers operating at the new market already sell goods in other local markets such as the Hailsham Farmers’ Market which takes place every second Saturday of the month.
The street market has a flexible structure in place to offer opportunities to stallholders who are unable to commit to hiring a stall at every market event.