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Hungerford's food and artisan market is back

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HUNGERFORD’S popular food and artisan market is back.

The first scheduled event for 2021 is on Sunday, April 18, and will take place from 10am to 1pm at the Croft Field Centre behind the Hungerford Nursery.

Visitors will find more than 20 stalls that are all from the local area, selling produce such as bread, honey, pies, cheese, eggs, meat, oil, cakes, mead and preserves.

Local artisan goods include a selection of wooden chopping boards, hand-painted pottery kitchenware, eco-friendly soaps, gifts and lots more.

Entry is free and the event aims to provide a great opportunity to meet local producers and to shop sustainably.

A one-way system will be in place and there are volunteer marshals to help ensure social distancing.

Committee chairwoman Penny Locke said: “We had lots of positive feedback about last year’s events and once again we have a wonderful team of dedicated volunteers who do everything possible to ensure that the event is safe.

“As it takes place outdoors, the risk of Covid-19 spread is low, but we work hard to ensure social distancing and that everything is regularly sterilised.”

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