April 18, 2012 Plymouth Herald
A NEIGHBOURHOOD once described as “socially deprived” is to host community-centred street markets once a month, it has been revealed.
Efford, once beset by crime and apathy among local residents, has undergone major regeneration in the past fifteen years and is now showing the rest of the city just how much both attitudes and feeling in the area has improved.
Efford Community Vision, a local project established to work towards community space, will host its second Street Market tomorrow – and it is to mark the start of many more.
Torridge Way will tomorrow turn into a bustling trading centre for the day when colourful market stands will line the street with traders large and small.
Local projects, including Grow Efford, and table-top sellers with local produce and crafts, new and upcoming self-starters and entrepreneurs will tout for business and sell their produce and services while local people and community groups will be joining in the fun to market their wares, talents and ideas.
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