By Mary Harris
‘Market Square and the ambiance made it a shopping experience rather than a quick nip out and go home’
The first farmers’ market in Tunbridge Wells at the new venue of Market Square has been a success with some stallholders reporting their “best ever” takings.
It was the launch of the new Tunbridge Wells Independent Farmers’ Market on Saturday (March 9) after the former council-run market lost its home in Civic Way in January ahead of redevelopment of the public library and museum.
There were 23 stalls, hot food and drink stands – and live music, something the stallholders now running the new market have added to give atmosphere to the event, which will still be held on the second and fourth Saturday of the month.
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