St Ives Farmers’ Market celebrates 10th birthday

St Ives Farmers Market 10th Birthday, cutting the birthday cake (l-r) Deputy Mayor Anne Ablewhite an

St Ives Farmers Market 10th Birthday, cutting the birthday cake (l-r) Deputy Mayor Anne Ablewhite and Mayor Nick Dibben - Credit: Archant

St Ives’ Farmers’ Market marked its 10th birthday on Saturday and celebrated with live music and morris dancing.

Visitors were treated to an animal petting area, vintage tractor and truck display and stands for children to make arts and crafts, sponsored by Huntingdon Garden and Leisure.

Councillor Nick Dibben, St Ives mayor, presented the visitors’ favourite stall trophy to Tom’s Cakes, one of the first stalls on the market.

Cllr Dibben said: “It was fantastic to see so many people in town and enjoying the Farmers’ Market. It was a great way to see it into its next decade.”


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