By Mary Harris
‘Our major unique selling point is local produce from local producers – no supermarket can offer that no matter how far you search – so we have to see how we best exploit and use that to best advantage’
The way people shop for food and produce has hit Tunbridge Wells Farmers’ Market which will stop trading in Civic Way come January.
The market which started 19 years ago will lose its pitch in front of the library because the building which also houses the museum, along with the adjacent Adult Education Centre, will be redeveloped during the next two years.
It will reopen as the Amelia Scott, a public cultural and learning centre, but Tunbridge Wells Borough Council which runs the farmers’ market, has not decided if it can move back.
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