February 7, 2012 Your Local Guardian
A historic market has gone back to its roots after being donated a series of heritage signs.
Community art group Under Croydon, working with Octopus, a company dedicated to helping homeless and disadvantage people, has produced 37 signs for Surrey Street Market stalls.
Working with 15 people forced to live in sheltered accommodation, the group, run by Jeanne-Marie Eayrs and Susan Beresford, produced the signs and handed them to traders on Saturday February 4.
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