A REGULAR farmers’ and craft market is returning to Tewkesbury for the first time in six years.
The markets, which will run from Saturday, March 8 through to December will take place on the second Saturday of each month at the Abbey Lawns Car Park, off Gander Lane.
It follows the success of three trial markets held in October, November and December last year – all of which were so popular that many traders sold out of produce.
Fresh local meats, homemade cakes, breads, chocolates, preserves, seasonal fruit and vegetables will be on offer along with a wide range of traditional and contemporary crafts made by local artists and craftspeople.
The markets, which will be the first regular farmers’ market for six years, are being organised by the Tewkesbury Town Team in partnership with Grenchurch Markets and supported by Tewkesbury Borough Council.
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