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Best stalls recognised at Bury St Edmunds’ first youth market

Giselle Roadley-Battin, Gemma Grose and Cllr Rovert Everitt ANL-140528-144047001

Giselle Roadley-Battin, Gemma Grose and Cllr Rovert Everitt ANL-140528-144047001

Young entrepreneurs show-cased their wares including jams, jewellery and crafts at Bury St Edmunds’ first ‘youth market’ - with some winning prizes.

Seven stall-holders took part in the event on the town’s market on Saturday which gave new businesses a chance to promote themselves. Two were named best stall with Charlie Cook, of Haverhill, winning a free stall for three weeks on any of the West Suffolk markets.

Meanwhile, Gemma Grose, of Bury, was awarded £50 after she made characters from socks to raise money to take part in adventure expedition World Challenge.

Judges were Cllr Robert Everitt, Mayor of St Edmundsbury, and Giselle Roadley-Battin, manager of Palmers and director of Ourburystedmunds.

 

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