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[/et_pb_text][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left”]Our market stall get’s positive reviews and comments from the vintage crowd. However there is a little more to this humble looking steel frame. There’s history in this stall, pull up a chair and i’ll tell you some back story.
Originally this market stall started of life painted red and used as a sweet stall on Hitchin market in Hertfordshire. My parents brought the stall from the sweet person as they where retiring. so began it’s like sheltering my self as a youngster at fairs and fates while my parents used it for charity work.
Long lived where the market stalls days doing charity work, roughly four years. It ended up packed away in a shed in the back of the garden for many years. Then one day it was pulled out from it’s dark cold corner in the shed, sanded and sprayed white. Far did it know it was going to provide shelter and the main focal point for a mini rave in a back garden. Yes Richard was a teenager and was throwing a party, this only happened twice and then the market stall went back into it’s corner in the shed.
Moving swiftly on to moving day for my mum after selling the family home. I knew the market stall was still around and it would be perfect for me to launch The Candy Floss King down at Eastleigh Market. Declaring to my lovely mother that i’ll be taking it she was more than happy for me to do so. Why would she need or want the market stall?
The market stall made it’s journey from Hertfordshire to Hampshire during the summer of 2014. Given another sanding and sprayed white again the stall was looking brilliant and ready for it’s trip’s out.
It’s a wonderful feeling having something that’s part of the company that was part of my childhood. It’s the McCausland family Market Stall.[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][et_pb_column type=”1_2″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”center”]
3m x 3m Configuration
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