The Bristol Flea Market will reopen with a outdoors version this Friday.
The market which has experienced a number of challenges with getting off the ground consistently since its launch announcement is adding Friday’s to its schedule for doing business.
Market Coordinator Tony Soprano said the outdoor schedule from here on out will be every Friday, Saturday & Sunday starting from 8 a.m. til 4 p.m.
In anticipation of the much asked question having to do with parking, which some shop keepers and locals complained about when the market was open, Soprano said,we are only using 1/3 of the parking lot that’s in front of the store as well as the sidewalk.
“All the vendors will be parking with their space and not taking up additional parking”
A little more than two weeks ago while trying to make sense out of what Bucks County going yellow would mean for the market, Soprano asked locals, customers, and vendors their thoughts on reopening the market.
From the comments received and noted support seemed to lean towards locals wanting it to open and saying they would shop in a outdoors version even with coronavirus still a concern.
Guidelines regarding social distancing. Masks or face coverings will be required for all vendors and shoppers. Hand sanitizer will be available at our Flea Market Information Table as well as many of our vendor booths, said Soprano.
“Early Birds Are Always Welcome!” Soprano said.
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