Monthly farmers market in March

14:05 15 April 2014

Rob Skoulding outside Audmoor House

Rob Skoulding outside Audmoor House

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A monthly growers market is being held at the front of the Oliver Cromwelll Hotel in March every month until the end of the summer.

The market will be on the last Sunday of every month starting in April until August.

Anyone who grows their own fruit, vegetables or flowers is welcome to come along on the day to set up a stall to sell their produce.

Anyone wishing to run a charity stall is also welcome.

The market will be held in the grounds of Audmoor House from 10-2.

Simply turn up on the day and bring your own table.

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