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Pudsey residents urged to support their local market after farmers’ and craft success

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who came and supported our first Farmers and Craft Market earlier this month, writes one of the organisers, Simon Seary.

The market had a truly great feel to it again and many people have got in touch with me to say that not only did they get to sample and buy great local wares, they met up with old friends and neighbours too.

Busy Pudsey Market. Photo: John Baron/Westleedsdispatch.com

It was a great atmosphere! And, of course, the good weather did help.

I am hoping that the Farmers and craft market will not only continue to be a great success and permanent date in the Pudsey calendar for years to come, but will also rejuvenate the existing market and tempt people from outside Pudsey to come back and see what we have to offer.

Did you know:

• You can hire a market stall on market days for £10 per day on Tuesday, Friday or Saturdays?

• Marks and Spencer started their business on a market stall in Leeds city centre.

• Our Farmers’ and Craft markets are planned for the first Sunday of the month, the next one is: 7th October followed by 4th November and a special one on 2nd December which will incorporate our Christmas Lights Switch on.

Of course, all this cannot be done without YOUR continued support.

Please come along and have a look at the amazing local produce and crafts that Pudsey has to offer. If everyone in Pudsey supported our market and bought just one thing, think how our market could grow and improve.

I look forward to seeing you!

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