CIRENCESTER will be hosting its third Youth Market tomorrow allowing for young people flourish.

Organised by Cirencester Town Council and the E4 Group, the event aims to inspire and support the enterprising young people within the Cirencester community and is made up of the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester College, Deer Park School and Kingshill School.

This year’s market will feature over fifteen stalls presenting an eclectic and diverse array of Cirencester’s talented entrepreneurs.

Many of them are either currently students or new start-ups and will be using the market as a platform to promote their business, test the water by gaining feedback and nurturing their sales and mechanising skills.

Famous businesses were first established on markets and this year’s event will feature an assortment of food, drink, arts and crafts and some innovative business ideas.

Live performances from Deer Park School and Cirencester College Performing Arts students will also take place.

Councillor Nigel Robbins, Mayor of Cirencester, said: “Things are on the move in Cirencester, the Phoenix Festival, the new Barn Theatre and now the Youth Market, where valuable prizes can be won for the Best Stand and Business Sustainability.

“The Town Council wants young people to lead the way with their energy and imagination.

Katy Duke, Head of Enterprise at the Royal Agricultural University, said: “This fantastic initiative gives the town’s young business people a platform to display and sell their products and services whilst developing their enterprise and business acumen.

“I want to encourage everyone in our community to come along to the Market Place on Wednesday to see and sample the work of these developing entrepreneurs.”

The event will take place tomorrow at the Market Place in Cirencester from 10.30 am to 2.30pm.

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