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New market plans revealed


A new pop-up market will start next month in Bisley.

The market is being run by small craft business owner Kirsty Harris, who founded Butterfly Skys during lockdown, making free ear savers for the NHS and care workers in the village. Kirsty now makes a wide array of items from upcycling Sari to eco-friendly products.

Kirsty also runs a stall at the Shambles indoor market on the first weekend and third weekend of the month.

The first pop-up event starts on March 9th at the Bisley WI from 1.30pm to 4.30pm.

There will also be a flower stall, chocolates, and refreshments, Zoe’s Bakes, What’s cooking at Dove Cottage, Mary Anne’s savouries and Cotswold Ice cream. A raffle will be held on the day with the funds going to the Gloucester Sco D do Neonatal Unit. People are urged to donate a raffle prize on the day.

There is limited car parking spaces at the WI, but Bisley Blue Coat Primary School is providing additional parking.

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