By Ben Wilkinson
AN IMAGE to represent Leys Community Market will be unveiled on the first anniversary of the event.
The market was set up last December by volunteers wanting to bring affordable local produce to the Blackbird Leys and Greater Leys estates.
But the venture never had a logo so earlier this year organisers launched a competition for someone on the estate to come up with an idea.
The entries were displayed at the market in The Barn in Nightingale Avenue on Saturday.
Shoppers were given the chance to vote for their favourite and the winner will be announced at the Christmas market on Saturday, December 14.
Market co-organiser Christine McDermott said by opening the logo contest up to the community it was hoped more people would take up the opportunity to get involved in the project and give it an identity.
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