More than 40 stalls will be offering local food, gifts, art and jewellery at an artisan market in Great Malvern this weekend.
The Great Malvern Arts, Crafts and Food Market will be held on Saturday 9 November, from 10am to 5pm, in the grounds of Great Malvern Priory Church.
From ceramics, jewellery and photography to artisan food, textiles and woodwork, there will be something for everyone.
Local producers will be in attendance, such as Severn Spots (salami), Bewdston Preserves (jams and chutneys), Lakehouse Brewery (beer), Jayne Jones (vegan sausage and burgers) and Croome Cuisine (cheese).
Amongst the artists will be Beth Devine (illustrations), Duncan Hill (silver jewellery), Pam White (fused glass), Rachel Blackwell (paintings), Rob Foster (woodturner) and more.
The market is now in its 13th year and is one of the longest running markets of its kind in the area, provided by Boffy Arts Markets and supported by Malvern Hills District Council.Simon Smith, Economic Development Manager at Malvern Hills District Council, said:
"It's great to see so many local stallholders offering an abundance of gifts, fresh produce, drinks and more – perfect for some early Christmas shopping. The market is always popular with visitors who also take the opportunity to enjoy the towns cafes, restaurants, attractions and independent shops."
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There will be lots on offer at The Great Malvern Arts, Crafts and Food Market this weekend.