Markets return

Sunday markets 4

The Bridgnorth Sunday Handmade Market, run in conjunction with Bridgnorth Council, brings a collection of handmade, vintage and artisan goods and makers back to the Town Hall on Sunday March 13 from 10am until 4pm, then every other Sunday.

Organiser Sarah Price, who took up the reins with Emma Chisholm after the previous organiser dropped out because of work commitments, says, “Myself and Emma are makers ourselves and were really keen about wanting the market to continue.

Our aim from the beginning has been to develop a local regular market that promotes and supports local makers.” Visit bridgnorthtowncouncil.gov.uk for more details.

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