Visitors to the Ben Hall Festival will be invited to wander the Rotary Ipomoea Markets while at Victoria Park this Saturday.
Located on Harold Street next to Victoria Park, the Rotary Ipomoea Make-Bake-Grow markets will boast a bevy of stallholders, offering something for everyone.
While walking around the historic town centre visitors and residents alike can enjoy looking at local produce and catch up with friends as well as being entertained by bands and buskers.
Market visitors will be able to buy a coffee from the Coffee Man and then wander the stalls.
Jodie Leonard has added dog grooming goat soaps to her range, Peter Bennie will display his wooden furniture and Kay Howarth will also have her jewellery stall again.
Four different handicraft stalls will be a feature of this Saturday’s Ben Hall Festival markets, featuring everything from lucky dips to warm winter woolies. Margaret Girot’s plants and feathered friends are sure to be a hit with children and adults.
Along with the first oranges for the season, Gibson Grove olives will be a feature of the markets as will Dave from Dave’s Jams, who will be back this Saturday for the Ben Hall Festival.
The Rotary Ipomoea plant and craft stall will also be back. Funds raised from this stall are used to support local Rotary projects.