Custom Printed Market Stalls, Branded Gazebos, Embroidered Money Belts. Here’s what we’ve been up to recently.

It’s been a busy few months for Gavin Kenning Engineering with lots of custom printed market stall and branded pop up gazebo jobs on the go. We’ve also introduced a new custom embroidery service for our Bunse Money Belts and perhaps most exciting of all, are in the progress of updating our range of British Made Elite Market Stalls which we’ll be unveiling in the coming weeks. So without further ado, here’s a recap of some of the jobs we’ve been working on recently.

Street Food Market Stall
Kicking things off on the Street Food theme, here is one of a number of Street Food Market Stalls based on our Tansley Elite frame which we’ve produced for Birmingham based Theo’s Food Company, shown here with custom printed roof canopy and counter skirt.
Here’s another Tansley Elite Branded Market Stall produced for Derbyshire based Bohns Rubs. Taking inspiration from their packaging design, we produced a custom printed counter skirt wrap with a plain black roof canopy.

Incidentally, if you want to see how quick and easy it is to assemble one of our Tansley Elite Market Stalls then check out the above video.

branded pop up gazebo
London based Harissa and Lemon approached us looking for a fully branded pop up gazebo featuring their eye catching rustic logo. The gazebo is shown here with printed front counter skirt, roof canopy and double sided print on the back wall to maximise brand visibility.
S40 branded pop up gazebo
Street Food Company House of DODO asked us to produce printed half side walls and a sky banner with their logo, all set against a rusty steel backdrop, for their S40 Pop Up Gazebo.
Branded Pop Up Gazebo
It’s always a pleasure working with our long time customer Drum and Kernel Popcorn and their beautifully crafted eye catching logo, seen here on one of our heavy duty S50 Pop Up Gazebos.
Arsenal Football Club Printed Market Stall
As part of a new community initiative, Arsenal Football Club asked us to produce a custom printed Wirksworth Elite market stall for them. The print design and colour takes inspiration from the Arsenal Football Club logo and the hexagonal honeycomb shapes found in football goal nets.
Fun Fair Side Stall Market Stall
Here’s a version of one of our Goosefair Elite funfair style Side Stalls which are a popular choice for events organisers. Think hook-a-duck, tin can alley and coconut shys. These structures are the epitome of the traditional fair ground environment.
Candy Floss Market Stall
Keeping on the fun fair striped theme, he’s a custom printed pink stripe candy floss market stall we produced for one of our customers recently. The striped back wall and counter skirt were offset with a grey roof and upper grey side walls (not shown).
Wirksworth Elite Branded Market Stall
Working with regular customer Kilted Fudge’s own logo, we produced an incredibly eye catching tartan wrap that proved exceptionally popular with their customers. So much so that they came back for a second Branded Market Stall and printed table cover (see below).
Printed Table Covers
We also print customised table covers, typically for folding trestle tables, like these produced for Aviemore based Kilted Fudge Company and London based Pished Fish.
Embroidered Custom Bunse Money Belts
Lastly, to compliment our comprehensive range of branded market stalls and pop up gazebos, here are some examples of our embroidered Bunse Market Trader Money Belts which were recently produced for Open For Art Festival and the Natural History Museum.

Like what you see? Want to know more? Get in touch with us today to discuss your requirements by calling 01773 607505. Also check out our online store, for further details.

Twickenham Farmers Market Review

Twickenham Farmers Market
Twickenham Farmers Market Entrace

On a crisp and sunny January morning we made our way to Holly Road Car Park at the back of Marks & Spencers Food Court in the heart of Twickenham’s bustling town centre where lies its weekly farmers’ market and one of the longest establish markets of its kind in London. Being situated behind the high street makes this perhaps not most visible or obvious of locations for a market and, despite decent signage, it could be argued that it suffers a little from low footfall as pedestrians need to make quite a diversion in order to access it. Even with local knowledge on our side we ended up cutting through M&S and out of the back exit before we eventually stumbled across it.

The journey is well rewarded however with a small but lively market consisting of pop up gazebos, tressle tables and more traditional style steel framed market stalls, all serving up a range of local produce including cheeses, breads and pies with lots of free samples on offer to convince discerning shoppers to part with their cash. The market seemed to be lacking fresh fish on the day of our visit although we were told that Gary’s Fresh Fish stall is usually present. That said, the market’s close proximity to the excellent independent Sandy’s Fishmongers on King Street — reputedly the cause of many a queue down Twickenham’s high street during the run up to christmas as locals line up for their seasonal seafood platters — would likely be very stiff competition for any competitor hoping to cash in on weekend trade.

Twickenham Farmers Market
Twickenham Farmers Market

The highlight of our trip was, without doubt, the Cakehole market stall run by Lara Morley. The range of tantalising cupcakes on offer left our mouths watering and their fine baked goods are the likely cause of many a curtailed diet! Check out Cakehole’s website for more details. Another notable highlight was the Pieminister market stall. Pieminister are an award winning pie bakery based in Bristol although you may well be familiar with the name as they continue to expand their chain of highstreet pie restaurants throughout the UK (and now Europe, owing to their recent restaurant opening in Amsterdam). They sell an impressive range of pies made from 100% British free range meat and other ingredients supplied by some of Britain’s finest artisan producers. We were impressed to see that a growing brand like Pieminister continues to recognise the value of local markets.

If you’re a punter passing through Twickenham then this Farmers’ Market is highly recommended. Combine your visit with a trip to some of Twickenham’s great independent shops such as Sandy’s Fishmongers on King Street and Corto Italian Deli on Church Street (to name but a very few) and take in the sights of York Gardens on the banks of the Thames, right opposite Eel Pie Island which is home to Eel Pie Recording Studios where some of Britain’s most influential bands have recorded.

York Gardens Twickenham
York Gardens Twickenham

For more information about Twickenham Farmers Market you can visit the Twickenham Farmer’s Market Website and check out their Facebook page for regular updates.

For traders interested in attending this market please note that tressle tabels, pop up gazebos, instant shelters and market stalls are not provided by the organisers so must be obtained by the market trader.
View our range of pop up gazebos and market stalls and visit our online store, to buy market stalls and pop up gazebos online.