Timeless in the City, the indoor shopping market returns to the Ashdale Hall, Westhill between 10am and 4pm on Sunday (8 May).
This diverse group of businesses will have art, vintage, antique, jewellery, crafts and organic remedies for sale. A pop up vintage style tea room and live music will ensure visitors are entertained. Entry to the event and for the prize draw is free.
Event organiser, Lesley Ann Parker of Leap Gallery said, “We are a group of over 150 retailers, enabling us to rotate our stalls every month giving the customer something different. Most of our traders do not sell their products on the high street normally so this is a great opportunity for the public to come along and purchase something unique. Small businesses like these deserve local support as they can strengthen the local economy, create employment and are the building blocks of the future. Timeless in the City is a platform for small business owners from the north east to network and learn from each other. Most importantly they will show off their skills and hopefully make some great sales on the day.”
The traders include; Boxwood Cushions, Carole Dacre Jewellery & Textile Designs, Chic Retro, Code Naturel, Creative Crafts, Devils & Dust, Divavi, Dreams in Driftwood, Evelyntreasurefinder, The Feith Hill Candle Company, The Glass Needle, Heart Felt Frames, Karin Miah Jams & Marmalades, Knittykittybangbang, Leap Gallery, Mary Jean Organics, Mulderie Wood, My Secret Kitchen, Oh-So-Cute, Snowdrop Candles, SuRina Embroidery, Swan Makes, Synergy Scotland, Threadbear and Younique by Hippy Chic Lips & Lashes. Wee Betty’s Pop Up Tea Room will provide home baking and refreshments while Max McPherson will sing and play guitar.
Further events are planned in the Ashdale Hall at Westhill for the second Sunday of every month.