Cirencester Youth Market will return to the town's Market Place once again.

Organised by Cirencester Town Council and the E4 Group, the youth market will take place on Wednesday, March 20, from 10.30am to 2.30pm.

The event aims to showcase young entrepreneurs in the town from the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester College, Deer Park School and Kingshill School.

Live performances will also take place.

Deputy head at Kingshill School, Trevor Lee said: “Pupils from Cirencester Kingshill School are very excited to be involved again this year in the Youth Market.

"They will be selling hand-crafted cakes and treats and the school choir will be performing songs from this year’s production ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’.

"All monies raised go to this year’s designated school charity.”

The aim of the market is to inspire young people to set up their own business, giving local enterprise students and young entrepreneurs the opportunity to sell their products, which they themselves have made and designed.

Some of the businesses will be asking customers for feedback on their products to aid development.

The group are keen to reach out to all young entrepreneurs and organisations supporting youth in the town to come along and get involved.

If you are under the age of 30, from the Cotswold District and would like to host a stall or perform, contact Sarah Bartlett at the town council.

Stall hire for the event is £25.00 and will include your own covered stall with table top.

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