Help herald the summer at June’s Andover Artisan Market with a bounty of produce and crafts all in one space in the High Street from 10am – 2pm on Sunday, 17 June.
Making their first appearance this year, Bourne Valley Pick Your Own will bring a range of delicious, locally grown soft fruits, alongside charcuterie from Parsonage Farm; cakes, pastries and savouries from A Basing Bakes – including gluten free options; Brown Bread with delicious patisserie; sweeties from The Sherbet Piglet, and not forgetting Rutts Lane Cider and The Gin Stall. Why not pick up all the ingredients for a perfect Father’s Day lunch treat?
Some of the other stalls to enjoy include Candle Delites, stunning flowers from Janet Mary Designs, Becky’s Baby Knitting and Pumblechooks Beads and Jewellery. The RSPB will also have a stand sharing all the good work that they do in the world of bird conservation.
Leader of the Council, Councillor Phil North said:
I would encourage people to enjoy a Sunday stroll along the High Street and experience the vibrant atmosphere of the Artisan Market full of a wide range of local producers and traders.
The market will be supported with music in the Time Ring from Morrison in the morning and Jake Ward in the afternoon from 12.30pm.
The Andover Artisan Markets are held on the third Sunday of each month throughout the year.