A new type of market is coming to the West End later this month.
Nice Markets is the idea of designer and illustrator Jessica Cameron.
Only stalls with an eco-friendly focus will be trading.
Anything from hand-made dog treats to eco-print textiles will be there.
The first of the markets at St Silas Church – 69 Park Road, Woodlands – is on Saturday April 21 from 11am to 4pm.
Jessica, originally from California, already has experience setting up craft markets.
She created the Milngavie Makers Market in 2016.
“I decided to start a second market exclusively for businesses that have an eco-friendly focus called Nice Markets,” she told Glasgow West End Today.
“The first market will be Saturday 21 April – the same weekend as Earth Day.
“If people are interested in being stallholders they can email me with examples of their work and explaining how their work is eco-friendly focused.”
Some stalls that have confirmed are:
He’s Sew Happy – https://www.facebook.com/HesSewHappy/
Huckleberry Homemaking – https://www.facebook.com/pg/huckleberryhomebaking
Textiles by April – https://www.facebook.com/textilesbyapril/
humblestuff – https://www.facebook.com/humblestuffscotland/ …
ReWrap It – https://www.facebook.com/ReWrapIt/
Róis Scottish Sea Glass – https://www.facebook.com/ByRois/
Love Bite Dog treats – https://www.facebook.com/lovebitedogtreats/
Maureen Glass – https://www.facebook.com/Mauralenshop/
Laurianne’s Raw Cakes – https://www.facebook.com/lauriannesrawcakes/
* Stallholders can email Jessica at email@example.com