Community market cancelled for September 12, but will resume at a later stage
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The popular market at Kennaway House in Sidmouth will resume this autumn - but Saturday’s (September 12) has been cancelled.
It was previously known as a farmers’ market, but organisers have decided on a name change to broaden its range and accommodate stall holders who also create handmade crafts.
It will now be known as a community market and will take place outside Kennaway House on the second Saturday of each month from 10am until 1pm - now starting on October 10.
Visitors can expect to find high quality local produce from traders who will showcase some of their best wares.
Stallholders will be selling a wide range of cakes, homemade crafts, refreshments and fresh foodstuffs.
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If the weather is unsettled, stalls can be accessed via the tarmac driveway.
The venue is currently hosting events outside as a precaution against Covid-19, and has arranged a one-way system and hand sanitiser at the entrance.
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