From Saturday 27 May, intu Milton Keynes will showcase over 35 local independent businesses on the Boulevard, to create its first ever Artisan Market.
From fresh fruit & veg to handmade pottery, the Artisan Market will be trading for nine days until Sunday 4 June and give customers a chance to see, talk to and buy from the wonderful array of local talent in the area.
“We have been overwhelmed by the interest we have had from local businesses wanting to take part in the Artisan Market,” says Kirsty McGiff, marketing manager at intu Milton Keynes.
She adds: “I think customers visiting the market will be delighted to see the diverse range of products Milton Keynes entrepreneurs have to offer. We hope the Artisan Market gives these local companies a chance to talk to new audiences and expose their services to the thousands of people that visit the centre each day.”
Companies that have confirmed their attendance, are: Freshfields Fruit and Veg; Peony Bakes Cupcakes and Sweets; Peak Jewellery; The Outhouse Creations wooden homewares; Bags & Bits handmade bags; Chin’s Kitchen Indian snack foods; Hiccups & Juice clothing for children; MK Cupcakery; Designs by Caz jewellery; Pottery by Andrew Macdermott; Ruth Eales Art; Reason to Seaon cooking ideas for the kitchen; MK Biergarten locally crafted beers; Saf’s Kitchen Indian street food; Wharf Distillery’s spirits; Kandolas Kitchen of nostalgic sweets and treats; Maaya Indian Kitchen & Bar; Pinkster Gin; The Chocolate Mill; A Piece of Cake; Marty’s Street Food from South Africa; Bucks Star Beer; Kaur’s Spice curry kits; The Indian Orchard; White Rabbit Apparel; Sinclair Condiments; Carlos Coffee Kitchen; Beekeeper Honey; Heidi’s Soap Co; Knickerdrawer Notebooks; Taco Shack; Baja Cantina Mexican Street Food and Unexpected MK Photography.
The Artisan Market will be open at the following times:
Monday to Wednesday: 10am until 5pm
Thursday to Friday: 10am until 8pm
Saturday: 10am until 7pm
Sunday: 11am until 5pm