Wymondham Farmers’ Market to go green on St Patrick’s Day
Wymondham will be going green on St Patrick's Day on March 17 to mark the 12th anniversary of the town's farmers' market.
Representatives from the neighbouring markets are being invited to participate in a cake cutting ceremony at the market, which runs from 9am to 1pm on the third Saturday of every month.
Masterchef finalist and regular stallholder, Tim Kinnaird, will have supplies of his acclaimed Green Tea macarons and the March market sees the return of a seasonal trader, herb specialist, David Wrenn.
Other events taking place in the town on 'Wymondham Goes Green' day between 10am and midday include a community car wash by Wymondham Young Farmers at Bartrams funeral directors in Fairland Street, in aid of Big C cancer charity, Priory Gardens Bowls Club coffee morning at Ogden Court, and the launch of a book called 'The Rebellious Oak' by Margaret Callow, in Wymondham Abbey.
For information about the market, contact Wymondham Town Council on 01953 603302.
For details of the Wymondham Goes Green events, contact Tony Vale on 01953 605434.
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