Sneinton Market is the ultimate place in Nottingham for all local artists, makers, designers and more.
On November 26-27, Sneinton Market hosted a two-day event in celebration of Small Business Saturday.
The market was supporting all local traders in Nottingham and saw regulars and newcomers visit the stalls, where they were greeted by plenty of friendly faces, despite the cold weather.
One of those faces was Tracy Cooke, 51, who runs Cookie Couture Clothing, an independent business that focuses on creating bespoke and unique garments reflective of the customer.
It was her first Sneinton Christmas Market, and spoke about how “essential it was for small businesses” to be able to showcase their work with the people of Nottingham.
Her work has been featured in photoshoots, magazines and burlesque shows, with each piece of clothing full of heart and soul.
Another amongst the traders was Nick Atkinson, 29, who sells all natural and detailed beeswax candles through his business Basement Waxx.
He said: “Without the Sneinton markets I would probably have done something else.
“I’ve done a few markets; I always really enjoy it even if I don’t make much money. It’s nice to speak to people and mix with the other traders.”
It can be seen without a doubt that every person behind a stall loved what they did and relished in the time they got to showcase their work.
It was inclusive, creative, and unique, ranging from vintage clothing to Tarot card readings.
Sneinton Christmas Market captured the spirit of small businesses here in Nottingham.