Taliesin liven up the Farmers Market
16 Sep 2001

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The Farmers Market in Andover was livened up by Irish music performed by Taliesin.

"The market offered, as usual, very good value. Five fresh sweetcorn for a pound - when I saw one on offer in a shop at 75p recently. And some excellent fresh cream, and cheese. It was good to see the local market so well supported - shortening the distribution chain, helping the cash flow of local producers and bringing fresher produce to shoppers."
 
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