BG Futures, the Careers, Employability and Enterprise arm of Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) put on not one, but two Teenage Market events over the weekend with both proving a resounding success.
Saturday’s market took place in the City Square Co-op while Sunday’s market took place as part of the Christmas Extravaganza at BGU. Both offered an exciting array of unique and eye-catching stalls, along with performances from the BGSU Dance Society as well as resident DJ on the Sunday.
Becky Goodman, Enterprise Development Manager at BGU, was delighted to see the whole Teenage Market community come together to make both events a success:
“Both events were extremely successful for our traders and performers, and it was great to see the community come out and support us.
“I am thankful, once again to Lincolnshire Co-op for providing us with such a welcoming indoor space during the colder months, to BGSU Dance society for performing, and to the BG Futures team for giving up their weekend to run two fantastic events.
“We also had a resident DJ, Luke with us on Sunday and this proved a great hit – I am hopeful that we can bring Luke on board again during the warmer months when we are outside in The Cornhill and City Square, as live performance always further enhances our events.”
The next market takes place in the City Square Co-op on the 9th February. Applications to trade are now open and can be made here.
If you’d like to find out more about the Lincoln Teenage Market, or perhaps get involved at the next event please contact the Teenage Market team at email@example.com. You can also follow Lincoln Teenage Market on Facebook.