July 3, 2012 Marlborough News Online by Gerald Isaaman
Marlborough’s first ever community market hit the High Street last Sunday to be greeted with a continual throng of customers who defied leaden skies to create a new meaning to Sunday shopping in the High Street.
They toured an array of new stalls offering fresh, hot and cold produce for sale plus goods and services not seen on show in an open-air market before, providing a boost to Marlborough’s shopping centre.
And among the first purchasers was Edwina Fogg, Marlborough’s diamond jubilee mayor, who immediately headed for the meat stall to buy fresh steak for lunch with her consort, fellow councillor Nick Fogg.
“Yes, it’s brilliant, fabulous,” Edwina told Marlborough News Online. “This is indeed a big day for Marlborough and one for which we have highhopes.”
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