Warwick’s Victorian Evening celebrates 40th anniversary
Warwick's much loved Victorian Evening returns to the town on Thursday 23 November 2023 and this year celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Our local markets are a essential aspect of our community and crucial for local businesses to flourish and grow. Markets are not just about small businesses selling their products, they provide a platform from which to foster relationships, share opinions, and strengthen communities.
The virtues of shopping local are well known, and nowhere is this more pronounced than at your local market. Here, you will find a variety of small local business owners offering organic, ethical and locally sourced food and products. Shopping local helps to keep your money in the local economy where it can be reinvested and help drive business growth. Furthermore, local markets provide a great opportunity to learn from different cultures and create an inclusive environment.
Moreover, by visiting your local market, you can help keep our vibrant and diverse culture alive. From spices and foods to handmade jewellery and clothing, your local market is where artisans, crafts and cultures come together to celebrate their uniqueness.
Supporting your local weekly market provides us with the chance to learn more about traditional crafts and items—it's a great opportunity to experience and support different cultures.
Finally, by keeping small businesses alive, local markets help to sustain employment in the community. Most of the traders that attend markets in your area are independent, family-run businesses with a much smaller base of employees than larger retailers. So, buying from them is not only helping to keep them in business and keeping money from leaving the community, but it is also helping to create jobs for those in the local area.
There are many benefits to be gained from supporting our local weekly markets. By shopping at your local market, you can keep money in the local economy, create a thriving and diverse culture, and help to sustain employment in the community. So, why not take a trip to your local market this week and start benefitting from all the great things it has to offer.