A market since Saxon Times a few changes over the years I guess but still bustling and curious and a fine meeting place at the fountain. Ben with his little coffee van serves one of the best coffees in Cambridge and there is an area to sit, often in the shade but nice to watch passers by and watch a multiplex of buskers on the spot outside of the Guildhall and colourful wacky Snowy's Monument which is a photogenic gem. Some hidden treasures like the retro stalls gave me some curious presents and stylistic accessories, Nonie's flower stall on some Sundays is a place to buy an amazing flower bunch wrapped beautifully for your sweetheart, the Belgian waffle maker creates delicious strawberry and cream waffles, well priced and fresh and unusual vegetables can be selected at a couple of stalls and lastly but not least is the not so hidden treasure that be Dix's colourful and textured retro and gorgeous frock stall on the corner opposite the Cambridge University Press. Stunning. The market is always a must for our visitors a great Cambridge tradition, long may it last.
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