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Kesgrave market celebrates sixth anniversary with children’s activity morning

PUBLISHED: 19:44 15 September 2017 | UPDATED: 19:44 15 September 2017

Kesgrave Market celebrated its 1st anniversary in 2012

Kesgrave Market celebrated its 1st anniversary in 2012


The Kesgrave Town Council market celebrates its sixth anniversary in October, with a bumper morning of activities set to mark the occasion.

Kesgrave Market celebrated its 1st anniversary in 2012Kesgrave Market celebrated its 1st anniversary in 2012

The market on Saturday, October 21 will take place at the Rupert Fison Centre as usual from 9am-12.30pm, and feature the usual stalls and traders.

Alongside that will be activities for children to celebrate the occasion.

A spokeswoman from Kesgrave Town Council said: “It hardly seems possible that the town council has been running the town’s market now for six years.

“For the October market, we will be organising some children’s activities, to keep our younger residents entertained whilst mum, dad, grandma or grandad are browsing, shopping, chatting, or enjoying some of the excellent and very reasonably priced refreshments.”

The market takes place on the third Saturday of each month.

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