Small Business Saturday market makes a festive return

Date published: 04 December 2019

Rochdale shoppers on the hunt for something extra special to give their loved ones this Christmas, can head to the Small Business Saturday market in Rochdale Exchange this weekend, which brings together a variety of bespoke retailers.

On Saturday 7 December, 15 local businesses will set up shop at the centre for the fourth annual Small Business Saturday market, with everything from crafts and handmade jewellery to delicious food and children’s clothing available to buy.

Lorenzo O’Reilly, Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre manager, said: “Every year, our small business market attracts many visitors looking for unique items. This is such a great time of year to host this event and the stall holders who attend always have such positive feedback from the day. It really is a win, win for everyone involved.”

Enterprises such as Copper Cup, who specialise in copper homeware, Bubble N’ Bake who sell bath and skincare products, Kaizen-Do Karate who offer martial arts classes and Doodles Clothing who sell great value children’s accessories as well as many other businesses will all be there on the day.

Mr O'Reilly added: “There are some amazing local brands in and around Rochdale and as an integral part of the town it’s really important to us to show them our support, and by doing so we are really proud to be able to offer them the fantastic opportunity to showcase their businesses at Rochdale Exchange."

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