Bazaar event only weeks away

Staff at a Shropshire arts and entertainment venue are looking forward to hosting their next themed Bazaar, following on from two successful events hosted last year.

The special Easter themed Bazaar is to take place at the Hive Music and Media Centre later this month, delivering more than 30 individual stalls for people to browse with the best of Shropshire's independent traders on show!

The unique Easter Bazaar on Saturday March 30 will offer a diverse selection of interesting stalls, celebrating and showcasing an array of crafts-people and small businesses from across the region.

Previous Bazaars at the Hive have drawn in crowds of over 200 people and a similar turnout is anticipated for the next event, which will also feature refreshments from the team at local restaurant Eat-Up, based on Milk Street.

Stall-holders exhibiting for the Easter event include knitwear, baby items, hair accessories, ceramics, greetings cards, scarves, stationary, books, clothes, , jewellery, bags and much more.

Entry to the event is £1 for adults and proceeds from the entry fee will support the Hive's work as a youth arts charity, delivering creative outreach projects and arts opportunities to disadvantaged young people across Shropshire.

Habib Malik-Mansell at the Hive said "Our Easter Bazaar should be another fantastic event, giving people the opportunity to find that perfect gift with a difference. The event will also help raise funds to support our work with young people in the county. The Hive really comes alive for our seasonal Bazaars and we do our utmost to ensure that stall prices are kept at a minimal level, to help make it as affordable as possible for people to exhibit, whether they are a first-timer or a seasoned trader".

The Easter Bazaar on Saturday March 30 will take place between 10am and 3pm at the Hive which is located on Belmont, just yards from the High Street.

For further information visit A very limited number of last-minute stalls are still available, priced at only £10. Anyone interested in bagging one of these stalls is encouraged to email [email protected]