Micro-enterprises in North Tyneside Offered 'table for a tenner' one-off in the market to give them the opportunity to sell to new customers. The event, on Saturday, June 23 to coincide with the first National Day of Market, and aims to encourage home industry to get and sell for perhaps the first time. A special tent was ready for the day in the center of Whitley Bay, where the company is to sell goods and services from dog walking to home made food. Students from Churchill Community College will sell handmade goods from Shoplet their own special pop-up, as part of a project to find a retail career. Market is supported by the Business Factory North Tyneside, providing advisers today to talk to people interested in starting their own business. Those interested in retail will also be able to chat with entrepreneurs with market stalls. Deputy Mayor for North Tyneside, Councillor Judith Wallace said: "This unique event will provide businesses with a platform to display starts their goods and services to the public to buy, at a low cost. "I would like to encourage local residents to come and support the small cottage industry. "I hope the event will act as a platform for many of the more successful small businesses in the borough. It was the first National Day of Market, which is one of the measures proposed by the Mary Portas retail teachers in Government-commissioned report on how to be breathed life back into British high street. North Tyneside succeed in bidding for sharing Portas money ', a £ 10m High Street Innovation Fund was established to provide funding for ideas to improve the town center and attract customers back to them. Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool and Darlington also attracted funding from the initiative. Now market Whitley Bay is aimed at encouraging people from all over the community with street performers and fairground rides create a carnival atmosphere. There is still some space available for business start-up or small North Tyneside-based interested in taking a stall in the market.