Early on Saturday morning, five young budding entrepreneurs set up their first pop-up shops at the Market Cross in Malmesbury.
Lottie Smith and Isabel Hillier presented 'Make'N'Create' - a new pop-up art workshop where children can come along to make and create using an exciting range of craft materials. Children visited their shop to make badges, puppets, crowns, cards, key rings and much more. The Make'N'Create team are already planning their next event. Find out more by visiting www.makencreate.co.uk.
Emma Hillier and Louisa Neal, with help from Louisa's sister Alex, have set up 'Bead Creative Be Creative'. Over the last few weeks the Bead Creative team have been getting busy with beads, creating a wonderful range of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and key rings to suit a whole range of tastes and ages. There really is something for everyone - a pop-up jewellery shop where granny and granddaughter can happily shop together, as indeed they did on Saturday.
It was a quiet day for shoppers in Malmesbury, but the bright and vibrant presence of our Rose Hill Westonbirt entrepreneurs couldn't help but capture the interest of passers by. All the girls were polite and confident and worked with a professional and enthusiastic attitude that they should feel very proud of.
Well done Lottie, Isabel, Emma, Louisa and Alex!