Although you can always guarantee the kind of stalls that will appear at the market each week (the Market is held on a Saturday) you never quite know what you are going to get. The vintage clothing and jewellery stock naturally changes each week and the food stalls offer everything from meats, flavoured oils, cheeses and cakes to fudge. A lot of the products are artisan which means that you get something a but different within a friendly and buzzing environment but one which is not so busy that you can't look at the produce.
There is also often live music and the permanent shops around the market include independent bookshops and haberdashery which is an added bonus. Just a short walk around the corner is a seller of mid-century collectibles and furniture where I have found many interesting and beautiful items to furnish my house. Again as you would expect stock changes weekly so if is worth a regular visit. There is a limited number of free parking spaces at the weekend arond the area should you need to collect a larger purchase.
A vibrant market that I have been visiting for over six months and one thst never fails.
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