By Beth Sharp
DROITWICH residents flocked to the town’s first Charter Market of 2014 last Friday (April 4).
The weekly event, back by popular demand, will be run a trial basis every Friday between 9am and 4pm for the next three months.
And, if successful, organisers say it will continue indefinitely.
A variety of stalls were open for business in Victoria Square and in the Saltbarrow Market, just off the High Street, with products including fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, pies, jewellery, fairtrade products and much more.
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