no it's not, it is entirely dedicated to a separately branded event that advertises itself as an authentic market simply because it sells from stalls. If they were proper market stalls they wouldn't ringfence their customers by trading on a day when the real market- the one that Nour are being forced out of- is shut. They'd trade in competition with others, setting up in direct competition with other stalls selling similar produce and trading on the combination of quality, price and service. That's what markets are, that's how they work. This isn't a real market, it's just a branding exercise and I do not get why you're giving them such preferential treatment. If they're friends of yours then just say so and I'll shut up, I don't have much problem with you or anyone else helping their mates, but if they're not then explain how they're different to the Ritzy or any other commercial enterprise with a marketing department that wants to advertise on here.