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Artisan market to take place in Hednesford on Saturday

By Jordan Reynolds | Hednesford | Staffordshire entertainment | Published:

The first artisan market will take place in Hednesford since the coronavirus lockdown began.

Market Street, Hednesford. Photo: Google

The event was due to take place in march but had to be postponed due to the pandemic.

There will be woodfired pizzas, a free kids bouncy castle and arts and crafts stores.

There will also be performances by local singers including Hednesford singer and guitarist Steve Hooper on a stage.

The event is organised by Hednesford in Partnership, which will be monitoring the event to ensure social distancing and other guidelines are adhered to at all times and providing hand sanitiser.

The bouncy castle and other entertainment is being funded by Hednesford Town Council in conjunction with Hednesford in Partnership.

Vice chairman of Hednesford Town Council and chairman of Hednesford in Partnership, Robin Kingston, said: “We hope bringing the market back to town along with the added entertainment will attract people back into town following the lockdown restrictions and the re-opening of local shops.”

Hednesford Town Council will also be running a surgery on the day to answer questions from constituents and address any issues they raise.

The artisan market will be held in Market Street on Saturday from 9am to 4pm.

Further details about Hednesford artisan market can be found at bit.ly/ArtisanM or by searching for Hednesford Artisan Markets on Facebook.

Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
Reporter - @jreynolds_star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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