THOSE who hark back to an age when they knew where the food they were buying at the shops came from and miss the personal shopping experience of days gone by should think about a visit to Alcester Country Market.
Based at 37b High Street, the market is awash with everything from freshly grown vegetables and plants to home-made jams and cakes. Visitors can also pick up jewellery, cushions, dog collars, bird-boxes and walking sticks, and it is the only place in the town where baby clothes can be bought.
Committee member Helen Rees said that people come because they know that the quality of the things they sell is always first class.
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