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The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire

Country Market to Close


At this morning's Country Market (4 November), the following notice was handed out to all customers:

Important Notice to our Customers

Owing to the retirement of a number of our key producers, it will be very difficult for the remaining producers to give the time to maintain a viable Market.

So collectively and reluctantly we have decided to close down the market at Christmas this year.

Our last market will be 16 December 9.30-11.00am.

It is with sadness that our 38 year association with the village is to come to an end, but I feel it is better to stop now than continue and dwindle away over the next year.

That said, there is still the Christmas Market on Saturday 3 December 2-4pm — let's make it the best ever!

I and all the producers past and present, thank you for your loyal custom.
Liz Mogg, Chairman, Tattenhall Country Market

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