Disruption to Exeter Farmers’ Market

Authored by Mary Youlden
Posted: Mon, 06/09/2014 - 11:49am

This week's Exeter Farmers’ Market is cancelled "due to unforeseen problems" (Thursday 12 June).

The disruption to the market is due to the extensive works being carried out on the pavement area at the junction of Fore Street and South Street in the city centre.

It was originally hoped that the market would only need to be cancelled for this week but unforeseen problems mean that the site will now be unavailable next week as well.

David Lewis, Exeter City’s Council’s Events, Facilities & Markets Manager said: “It is very disappointing, for the producers and...

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Event Date: 
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