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Wee D wrote a review Aug 2016
The market is "hidden" in the most wonderful (Wythall) park that offers a wide range of activities for the people of all ages. A well maintained play area for young children and obstacle course & a long zig zag slide for the older ones. The community have also recently put in picnic tables for park visitors to enjoy their stay. There are other activities around the park too - tennis run by Wythall Tennis Club which offers Pay and Play sessions to young children. In the summer, the Redhill Archery club practise their shooting skills too. Whilst all these goes on in and around the park, the Country Market, in the Scout Hut (besides the tennis courts) sets themselves up with a wide range or produce. They offer take away beverages - for parents who waiting for activities to end, and/or dog walkers (especially on those rainy days) or even ramblers to help fuel their walk. They have a cafe as well which allows you to sit and enjoy a cuppa, have a chat (or read a book). Homemade meals are available for a quick busy weekday dinner. Young children have a craft table where they could do some craft - colouring or making a egg box froggy or paper plate decorating, etc., whilst you have a browse through the home made treat and meals. The talents of the crafters in the market is amazing. They have a lady who does wonderful felt bag, flower and bowls. Another lady who turns wooden treasure chest into beautiful work of art with her pyrography skill. A knitter who love knitting children's sweater and jumpers (she even does it for doggies too!). There is also another producer who does brilliant upcycling of jars and coasters. It may be small but really worth to a visit.…
Date of experience: August 2016
Twinkie162 wrote a review May 2016
London, United Kingdom57 contributions27 helpful votes
Freshly brewed beverages, home baked cakes bite size and family sized. This is a gem of a find. The range of crafts is varied and high quality. I went home having bought my lunch and hand crafted plant labels. A small start but I shall go back again in a few weeks time.
Date of experience: May 2016