Laxfield Produce, Craft and Flea Market
Saturday 4th March 10am -12.30pm
inside All Saint's Church,the Royal Oak and on Church Plain
The FEBRUARY Market was well appreciated by our customers,the Royal Oak being full to capacity with stallholders, with those braving outside only just managing to avoid getting wet when the rain crept up at the end of the morning.
With the two new winter Markets successfully behind us, we look forward to the Spring when the MARCH Market will be back inside All Saint's Church, but also continuing inside the Royal Oak as well, with stalls on Church Plain linking the two venues.
There will certainly be plenty to see and buy as the Market has grown and grown - over 30 stallholders this month! Several new faces will be there, plus the familiar ones, so pop along to this amazing and friendly Market. It's Fairtrade Fortnight, so expect to see many items on Sue's Fairtrade stall plus cakes and other goodies which will help support farmers abroad by ensuring fair prices for their products. Another highlight will be local singer/songwriter, Tony Winn, who will be busking, and he is definitely worth coming along to hear, prior to his village hall appearance on 24th March for Red Nose Day. Also look out for some lovely organic fruit and veg from a new supplier.
Trudi Moorhouse began the Market in the Spring about 10 years ago, with around 6 stalls on the frontage of the Royal Oak. The Market would like to celebrate it's 10th anniversary, but doesn't know the actual start date. Do you know? If so please get in touch with Catherine on the number below.
The Laxfield Market has always been in aid of All Saint's, and over the years it has raised thousands of pounds to help support our village Church. It's lovely
that the Market is now in both welcoming venues, and with landlord Mike's community spirit and the overwhelming support from both stallholders and customers, it's good to see both venues used to the full.
Contact Catherine Cawood on 01986 798852 for advance pitch bookings. Pitch fees are modest at £3.50, and children can have one free pitch per year.
Refreshments Available in the Church and the Oak
Cake of the Month: Very Rich Chocolate Cake
Laxfield Market - on the first Saturday of each month – the Friendly One!
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