A new farmers’ market could be on its way to Cardiff – but first organisers need your help to find the perfect venue.
The people behind the city’s three hugely successful existing markets – held once a week in Riverside, Rhiwbina and Roath – are calling on customers to help them choose a Cardiff community in need of a place to buy fresh and locally-sourced produce.
Gareth Simpson, the Riverside Community Market Association (RCMA) enterprise development manager, said: “We’re looking for a venue and we’re very open-minded about where we go at the moment.
“The plan is to cater for a community in Cardiff who don’t currently have a market in their immediate area.”
Mr Simpson said the two most important factors in any new market are footfall and demand from residents,
“I don’t believe in just putting a market in an area just because it’s wealthy or just for the sake of it,” he said.
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