Burton Mail by ADRIAN JENKINS
SUMMER fun, food and festivities are the key ingredients set to lure shoppers to Swadlincote’s second farmers’ market.
Last month, 16 stallholders brought fresh local produce to The Delph for the first time.
Since then, inquiries have flooded in from other traders keen to set up shop.
As a result, double the number of stands will offer their wares to the public between 9am and 4pm tomorrow.
Stallholders will sell items grown, raised, made, brewed, pickled, bottled, baked or caught within 35 miles of The National Forest.
And with the summer holidays now in full swing, South Derbyshire District Council will complement the market by laying on a wealth of free activities.
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