Frome Artisan and Flea Market

I’m very excited to announce that Heavenly Homes and Gardens are going to have a stall at the Frome Artisan and Flea Market on Sunday 5 August! It’s a colourful and bustling market in a beautiful town.

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The artisan side of the market winds up the cobbles of Catherine Hill and the nearby streets where local artists, craftsmen and food producers sell their wares. It is literally food heaven with a wide range of artisan bakeries, cheese producers, home made cupcakes, chocolate and amazing hot food!

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Adjoining this is the flea market based in the Cattle Market car park. This is where we will be selling our homewares alongside the other traders of antiques, vintage clothes and all things retro.

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What’s more, Frome has some beautiful interiors, vintage and gift shops, some of which are open on Sundays. If you haven’t been before, I would really recommend a visit. On a sunny day, the courtyard of the nearby Archangel is a perfect spot for lunch. And to top it off, parking is free on Sundays. So come and make a day of it, and don’t forget to say hi!

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For more information, see http://www.wegotfleas.com or http://www.frome-tc.gov.uk/markets-shopping

Pictures courtesy of wegotfleas.com, stcatherinesfrome.co.uk, tamsyng.blogspot.co.uk, brambleandwild.blogspot.co.uk, davidchedgy.co.uk, deadlyfemaleblog.blogspot.co.uk, teancake.co.uk, wells-road-pottery.blogspot.co.uk, eloisescotland.blogspot.co.uk, wrightphotos.blogspot.co.uk, fromecreativenetwork.co.uk

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