The revamped Bracknell Market will start trading on Tuesdays from next week – adding an extra day to its popular line up.
The market, run by Hughmark on behalf of Bracknell Forest Council, has gone from strength-to-strength since launching outside Princess Square back in September 2017.
Demand for the fresh produce and street food the market offers has increased enough to warrant adding an extra day’s trading – meaning it will run every Tuesday from 26 March.
Cllr Marc Brunel-Walker, Executive Member for Economic Development and Regeneration, said:
“I’m really pleased that Bracknell Market has been so well received by the community since moving to outside Princess Square.
“It offers a selection of fresh produce and food outlets to complement the shops and restaurants within The Lexicon and so I’m pleased the diversity it brings will now be available on Tuesdays as well as Fridays and Saturdays.
“If you haven’t visited it then please do pop along and see what it has to offer!”
The market will offer a variety of goods on Tuesdays including fresh food and produce – it will also include a variety of street food stalls. There will be some of the regular Friday and Saturday stallholders and some new ones with different types of food.
Lew Hughes from Hughmark, said:
“We are looking forward bringing a Tuesday market to Bracknell. We do give priority to local traders and will welcome any new food stallholders. Please see the Bracknell Market Facebook page for more information.”
The council’s planning committee agreed to vary the planning permission for Bracknell Market at its meeting on Thursday 21 March. It agreed to allow the market to trade an extra day a week (Tuesdays) with immediate effect.
Information about Hughmark, including how to enquire about stall pitches, can be found on the Hughmark website.