June 22, 2012 Halifax Courier
A campaign to encourage shoppers to love their local market begins on Saturday – National Market Day.
Halifax Borough Market will be offering shoppers spending a fiver in any single transaction a free ‘Love your local market’ jute bag!
Colin Gledhill, president of the Halifax Borough Market Traders Association, said: “Calderdale markets offer real quality local produce at discount prices. The Borough Market’s buzzing at the moment – it’s a great atmosphere.
“There’s an enormous range of choice . . . and products that you just can’t get in your local supermarket or mainstream high street shops.
“Markets sell things that you just can’t buy in supermarkets . . . everything, from a single zip to half a cow – and the butcher will even tell you how to cook it!”
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