French & continental market Hungerford July 19th

on 30 June 2015.

French & continental market Hungerford

French & continental market traders set for first visit to Hungerford town centre.

SUMMER is here, and with it come the usual intoxicating colours, scents and sights associated with this time of year - and local shoppers can expect just the same when a group of French and continental market traders arrive in Hungerford town centre for the very first time!

For one day only –French & continental market HungerfordSunday 19th July - Hungerford will play host to some of the best and most experienced

French and continental market traders around. For any Hungerford locals who’ve never experienced a vibrant European market – this is the perfect opportunity to do so on right on their own doorsteps! Organised by international market event operators Savoir Fayre Ltd, this colourful travelling market arrives in Hungerford as part of its annual tour of the Home Counties, London, the Midlands, East Anglia and the South Coast.

Whilst composed mainly of French traders, the market also features traders from other countries, including Italy, Spain and the UK (the ‘friends’ in the event title!), all of whom are handpicked for their experience and professionalism and the quality and popularity of their merchandise. The market will feature a French delicatessen with a range of exquisite artisanal terrines, patés, charcuterie and cured meats. There’ll be freshly baked French bread and the finest French cheeses. There’ll be fresh olives and pasta, and for those who get irrresistibly peckish whilst looking around there’ll be Spanish paella, chicken fajitas and Moroccan couscous.

There’ll also be a colourful assortment of sweet and sugary temptations, including croissants and crépes (both sweet and savoury), Italian confectionery, candy, fudge, pastries, viennoiserie, baklava, nougat, Turkish Delight and fruit & nuts.

The sights, sounds and scents are bound to entice town centre shoppers, and the stalls will be packed with authentic, top quality, mouth-watering continental delicacies to satisfy their curiosity.

Stalls will include:

  • French delicatessen & charcuterie
  • saucisson and cured meats
  • olive oils, vinegar & pasta
  • bread, pastry and Viennoiserie
  • crêpes de "froment", black wheat crêpes (savoury crêpes) and waffles
  • finest French cheeses
  • couscous, BBQ, merguez sausage & chicken ratatouille
  • paella, chicken fajita
  • tartiflette garlic, prawnie-boisson fraiche
  • dried fruit, nuts, baklava, nougat & Turkish Delight
  • olives
  • candy and fudge
  • Italian confectionery
  • and more…

All attending traders are fully checked and accredited by The Market People - anew system of booking, business management and accreditation for market professionals - and can be easily contacted before or after any purchase via The Market People website (themarketpeople.com).

Hungerford French Market & Friends will be operating in High Street, Hungerford, RG17 0NF on Sunday 19th July2015 between 9am and 5.30pm.

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French & continental market Hungerford

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