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September Kirkstall Deli Market cancelled

This weekend’s Kirkstall Deli Market has been cancelled due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The weekend-long event, held monthly in the grounds of historic Kirkstall Abbey, have been cancelled due to a lack of traders.

Posting on Twitter, event organisers said:

“We are sorry to announce that this weekend’s market at Kirkstall Abbey has been cancelled.

“We have not had as many traders register to take part as we would like in order to go ahead with the market. If you were planning to come along the ruins will be open for free as normal!”

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