Accessible Town HQ on the night – in Chamber of Commerce, Inner Market

Message from Market organisers – Bailiwick Estates Limited:

“Please be advised that the stall-holders can set up in Market Square no earlier than 10am for lunchtime trade or from 5pm (to remain on site until 7:30pm) on Monday 3rd December. Traders are advised to utilise the unloading bays in the area – these are located in Market Hill, Fountain Street and Le Bordage.

If vehicle access is essential for set-up please be aware that ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REMOVED FROM MARKET SQUARE AND MARKET STREET BY 8AM. Vehicles are prohibited from entering Market Street and Market Square after 8am. For re-loading at the end of the day, vehicles will be permitted to enter Market Street and Market Square after 8pm.

Traders must provide their own gazebo, table and any other display equipment required. Pitches are approximately 3 metres x 3 metres and each trader must also provide their own battery operated lights, power supply will not be available for lighting.”

Please note the GDA/We All Matter Eh? have organised 25 tables for members.

By the bus terminus – St John Healthcare equipment with mobility aids and scooters – in the CT Bus office

Library – Quiet zone:

  • Badge making – Arts Commission
  • reading stories with library staff and the 1st Scouts
  • Quiet games

Stalls in the market (outside):

  1. Food stalls – Chefan
  2. Free festive food tastings – Co-Op
  3. Mulled Wine – Friends of the GDA: Cath Mc Cook and Ravenscroft volunteers
  4. Cakes, sausage rolls and homemade Christmas gifts  – Leo Club
  5. Gift wrapping and Balloons on a stick – Sure Community Foundation
  6. Face painting with Joni
  7. Santa and his elves collecting letters – if the weather holds (if not inside the inner market)
  8. Santa support: Bag design colouring and Santas letters – Butterfield Bank
  9. Tombola – Careys
  10. Olio
  11. Free cloth bags for all your late night shopping – Specsavers

Inner Market stalls:

  1. Cakes- Guernsey Down Syndrome Group
  2. DVD’s and LP’s – Autism Guernsey
  3. handmade goods – Autism Guernsey
  4. sensory toy library and information- National Autism Society (NAS)
  5. Christmas Gifts – Access-ability (GCFE)
  6. Games and Christmas Clothing – Wigwam
  7. Christmas Bauble making -Youth Commission
  8. Hamper Raffle and Information – Dementia Friendly Guernsey / Alzheimers Society
  9. Christmas Gifts – Ron Short
  10. Notes to Islanders – Sian Jones

Chamber of Commerce, Inner Market

  • Christmas present wrapping service – Chamber of Commerce –  Artex Risk volunteers
  • Car carry service out of Chamber of Commerce – Andy S & friends

25 Members tables have been booked with Trudi (through Regency events)