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17 May 2018
Some 2,500 people visited the first ever Forty Hall farmers' market on Sunday 13th May
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29 September 2015
Palmers Green's own community market, MarketN13, has now been operating for six months. Starting this month, it will be introducing some new and notable local suppliers, collecting for North Enfield Foodbank and switching to monthly operation.
MarketN13 founder Annita Correia describes the changes:
"We hope everyone is enjoying the revamped, renewed Sunday Market in Palmers Green N13, which launched in March this year.
"We want to let everyone know that from October, we will.......
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05 August 2015
A major revamp of Enfield Town Market, due to take place in October, has the aim of smartening up the market, increasing the range of goods on sale and extendingopening hours. Good news - but it is important that the new management do not ignore the current traders and the customers who frequent the market because of its low prices and friendly and familiar stallholders.
The body responsible for both the Market and the Market Place on which it is held is the Old Enfield Charitable Trust,.......