Easter Market: Vendors apply now!

A call for Vendors….

Following the success of our markets on Quarry Street last year we are now planning to launch x2 Easter Gala Markets on the 9th & 16th April 2022. Subject to final licence approvals in progress with South Lanarkshire Council.

Due to it’s central location, Quarry Street has once again been identified as the area that will provide the most benefit for businesses across the Business Improvement District area.

We are also hoping to bring to you a street full of family entertainment and vibrancy on these family gala days right in the heart of town.

Market Stalls:

We can now offer early access to stalls at the Hamilton Market. Preference will be given to Our Town Business Improvement District (BID) businesses. We will not accept vendors selling product in direct competition with BID businesses. For that reason no coffee or tea will be permitted for sale.

Applicants must have the following to be considered – You will be asked to forward copies / evidence.

Public Liability insurance

Be registered as a food business with a local authority – Food vendors only

Have documented food safety training certificates – Food vendors only

Have portable handwashing facilities – Food vendors only

More information around requirements is available via the booking form link below:


Hamilton Town News

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