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    A couple of weeks ago me and my sister had the idea to maybe set up a market stall or something to combine both our hobbies; card-making, jewellery and photography. I was just wondering if anyone had any experience of setting up a stall and how to go about it? And also if these three ideas together would work, and how we could go about marketing them? I know it's probably easier to sell cards and jewellery to anyone walking past, so any ideas of what form could I look at selling my photographs in? As it is this is just a mere idea at the moment, but I want to ask on here to get some ideas of where to start!
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    Not a popular idea then? :P
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    Market stalls are great to run. You can get a stall for a day at Camden Lock for £25 week days and £45 weekends which would be perfect for the items you are going to sell.

    All you do is turn up as a 'casual' at 9.30 and wait by the stairs by the bridge.

    I know most markets across London so if you need a hand just ask.
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    (Original post by ClassQuick)
    Market stalls are great to run. You can get a stall for a day at Camden Lock for £25 week days and £45 weekends which would be perfect for the items you are going to sell.

    All you do is turn up as a 'casual' at 9.30 and wait by the stairs by the bridge.

    I know most markets across London so if you need a hand just ask.
    That would be quite good actually! I'm in Portsmouth so wouldn't be able to do it every day, but a one-off every now and then to get a feel for it would be a good start over the summer, thanks
 
 
 
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