Thousands of shoppers are expected at one of the region’s biggest market days.
Brighouse is staging another of its ever-growing food and craft market days, which brings the best in local produce together.
The Spring market is on Saturday, April 26, from 9am until 4pm and is bigger than ever before with more than 80 stalls.
The award-winning market regularly attracts over 20,000 visitors.
John Buxton of Ryecorn Wholefoods in Brighouse, one of the event organisers, said: “It’s wonderful to see how far we’ve come since holding our first Market in 2012 with only 25 stalls, to now having one of the best local produce markets in West Yorkshire.
“Visitors have really embraced the market and it’s been amazing to discover all the small local producers that are right on our doorstep and see them proudly displaying their products at our market.”
The markets are organised by the Brighouse Business Initiative, which is a collective of traders working to boost the offer in the town.
There will be everything on sale from breads to cakes and cheese to chutneys.
New stalls include Snowden Hill Water Buffalo burgers and sausages and award winning Yorkshire fudge from Eat Me Products.
Many old favourites return, Lottie Shaw from Elland with their award winning Yorkshire Parkin, Badgers Garden with delicious jams and chutneys and Brighouse’s very own community bread maker Love Bread.
There is also locally produced crafts on sale, from hand crafted garden planters made from recycled timber by Gordon Carr, locally grown plants from Hartshead Nursery, sock toys by Rachel Lindley, hand knitting by Davynda Crafts and handmade organic soaps from the Friendly Soap Company.
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