The popular Great Malvern Farmers' Market will have a temporary new home during the winter months.
The much-loved market, which is usually held on Abbey Road, will change its venue to the Lyttelton Rooms, on 6 Church Street, to accommodate the changing weather conditions.
The next two events, organised by Boffy Arts Markets, will be held from 9am to 2pm on 18 January and 15 February.
The market will offer local fresh produce from fruit, vegetables and salads to breads, chesses, meats and a range of tasty surprises.
Amongst the traders will be Peter Cooks (bread), the Pudding Shop, Luckrafts (cakes), Croome (cheese), Cosy Chocolate (hot chocolate), Brewston Preserves (jams and chutneys) and many more.
Beverley Nielsen, Portfolio Holder for Economic Development and Tourism at Malvern Hills District Council, said: "The Great Malvern Farmers' Market is a staple event in the town's calendar. Popular with residents and visitors alike, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The temporary change of venue will allow traders to continue to share their goods, whatever the weather."
Visit www.greatmalvernfarmersmarket.com for more information.