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Pop Up Space in Shepherds Bush Market!

Pop Up Space in Shepherds Bush Market!

Dating back to the early part of the last century, Shepherd's Bush Market stands on the East side of the railway viaduct between Uxbridge Rd and Goldhawk Rd. Serving both the local Irish and Afro-Caribbean community, it's a good place to head for music CDs, fresh and cooked foods, yams and other exotic fruits plus household goods and furnishings. General shots around teh amrket, including portraits of the market traders and before photos of the new temporary site for the market during future developments. Orion. Development Securities Plc

Shepherd’s Bush Market is a historic London spot situated between Goldhawk Road station and, the aptly named, Shepherd’s Bush Market Station. Throughout its 100 year history the Market has welcomed many different businesses, entrepreneurs, and charities. And now it’s opening its doors up to London’s iconic pop up scene.

We are proud to offer a location that can host a range of pop up businesses from crafty candle sellers to delicious and aromatic food from the world over.

Open 6 days a week from Monday through to Saturday from 9am till 6pm you’ll have plenty of time to showcase your product and promote your brand.

Better still?

From as little as £30 a day you can begin to trade at Shepherd’s Bush Market!

Drop us a line via the form below, or click here for an application form, to start planning your pop up takeover now.

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Meet A Trader

Meet A Trader

Here’s in the market we love nothing more than getting to know our traders, so read on to Meet a Trader!

We spoke to the lovely Sara Paris. From a young age, Sara had always had an interest in art. Her family business started out on a stall in Shepherd’s Bush Market, selling uniquely-designed hats day-in and day-out for 42 years. IMG_0278 IMG_0274 What was the inspiration behind setting up a stall? This has always been a family business. My dad has always been the creative type and had been obsessed with accessories- especially hats. He used to make is own Turban hats from scratch from materials bought from local haberdashery and it was from there he decided to expand within the hat business. What made you want to take over from your family? I wanted to keep the family tradition going so in later years I can then pass on my business onto my son making it the 3rd generation carrying on the hat business. Plus, I’ve always had an interest in the fashion industry. It was fashion that help motivate me to travel to places such as New York and China to explore various fashion trends and unique fabrics. How would describe your customers? I generally attract a wide range of customers but the majority tend to be Afro/Caribbean ladies as they’re always on the hunt for amazing hats/ fascinators for Church events on weekends. The best thing about my stall is that we sell hats for all occasions. Weddings, parties, cold weather- you name it! But what makes my stand different is that the hats designed for our customers, you won’t be able to find anywhere else in London. For great hats & accessories, check out stall 6 for Sara Paris located at the top of the market – It’s only a two minute walk from Shepherd’s Bush Market station.