The Friday and Saturday Market- ongoing
Although every day is a day for shopping in GO4 Market Cafe, we noticeably up the ante on a Friday and Saturday with more stalls, more music, more offers, more cake... just more everything. So if you can only make it in one day in the week that is the day to come in!
The Pop Up teddy Bear Hopsital
Once a month Dr Love from 13 Stictches (o e our cabinet traders) pops up and provides a teddy bear hospital for those cuddly toys in need of a bit of love.
We are celebrating National Record Store Day at the market cafe, focusing around Mark's Music who is based in the church, but also trades in the market and at the university. But all the traders are getting involved and customers are being asked to join in too! Bring in your first or favourite vinyl and we will play it in the cafe for you while you enjoy a coffee. In Marks Music, Records, Cds, Music Themed Gifts there is 20% off all vinyl all day. Hidden In the Rafters and Happenstance will be celebrating the music of the youth, with a 1990s theme within their stall on the day. Whilst over in Lesley's Girls Vintage all things 1950s rock and roll will be making an appearance. Special offers and discounts within the market on the day. More coming soon....
Hairaid Shelter Pop Up Salon in Lesley's Girls Vintage Saturday 2nd May
Want a vintage up do for you night out, just fancy a change for the day or just want to have a bit of fun and try a different look out? Book an appointment with the lovely Hairaid Shelter with their regular pop-up salon at our shop in GO4 Market Cafe.
Appointments available between 09:30 and 15:30, last 30 minutes and cost £10. Book now by messaging below or e-mail email@example.com. Next in Saturday 256th July but she comes in monthly.
Moroccan Magic Open Day: Saturday 25th July 2015
Open day in the shop with tastes, sounds and smells of Morocco while the sun is shining (hopefully!) More details to follow
Heritage Open Days: 12th and 13th Spetmeber 2015
Heritage Open Days celebrates England’s fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to places that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission.
Every year on four days in September, buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors. It is a once-a-year chance to discover architectural treasures and enjoy a wide range of tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life, and the beautiful heritage building in which we are based is included in Colchester's offering. We will have all the usual traders, plus activities, talk and musicians (more details to follow) and the history of the building will be made available. More details to follow.