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Pudsey Produce and Craft Market returns as lockdown restrictions ease

Popular Pudsey Produce and Craft Market will be returning to Pudsey’s Market Place this weekend for the first time since early March.

The monthly market has been cancelled over the past few months due to the Coronavirus pandemic – but this Sunday (5 July 2020) will see the event return, featuring local independent traders.

Posting on Facebook, event organiser Dawn Seary said her focus was on the safety of traders and customers alike:

“We’re putting in place measures to be COVID-19 secure by preventing overcrowding, enforcing social distancing, providing handwashing stations, introducing a one-way system as well as other measures intended to keep you safe!

“We trust that you’ll adhere to this and stay safe; help us to help you.”

The event will run from 9am-1pm.

The market is run by local volunteers. It was established in September 2018 with the aim of rejuvenating the market, attracting more stall holders to all market days and promoting the venue to more people, with the aim of creating a more busy and vibrant community space.


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