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Popular street market in Langham returns




Becky Cecco and Karen Allen on the Langham WI bags and scarves stall at Langham Street Market. ENGEMN00120130828100643
Becky Cecco and Karen Allen on the Langham WI bags and scarves stall at Langham Street Market. ENGEMN00120130828100643

Looking for something to do this Bank Holiday Monday? The village of Langham is holding its popular, traditional street market on Monday, with more than 100 stalls filling the streets between 11am and 4pm.

Taking place along Church Street, the traditional market will feature an array of delights, including arts and crafts, delicious foods and drinks, plants, antiques and collectables, books, toys, jewellery and accessories.

Alongside the market will be plenty to get involved in, including a tombola, games and a bumper raffle, with the chance to win a ‘barrow of booze’.

There will be a variety of street food on sale, including fresh paella and a barbecue, along with The Women’s Institute who will be selling home-made cakes and strawberry tea in the Village Hall.

At the same time as the Street Market, there will be a Beer, Cider and Music Festival at the Wheatsheaf Pub. Along with the recently refurbished Noel Arms which will be serving food all day.

Proceeds from the market will be shared amongst the community groups of Langham, many of whom will be running stalls on the day.

Designated car parking will be signposted a few minutes walk from the market and disabled parking will be provided closer to the venue.

For further information call 01572 756202 or 01572 723532 or visit the website at http://www.langhaminrutland.org/streetmarket/



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