Andover Artisan Market
Credit @ Test Valley Borough Council

On the third Sunday of each month, the Andover Artisan Market takes place, and August is no exception.  The High Street will abound from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 18 August with shops of all sizes.

The climate on Sunday is supposed to be rainy with rain opportunities.

All fresh greens, salads, seafood and meats will be served by frequent favorites including Greenfield Pork, Sopley Salads and Oaktrack Smallholding, as well as Brown Bread breads, biscuits and other cooked goodies.  Buy Low Fodmap are home with their incredible food-free scope, and tour Sue Peecock Plants for garden crops that flourish in this hot weather.

Council Leader, Councillor Phil North said: “The High Street has been very crowded with many value activities over the previous few decades, and this pattern continues with the Artisan Market.  It’s a great way to support local businesses and enjoy local produce. “Take some time to wander around, soak up the atmosphere, try some local food, and listen to music from Dragonfly Rhythms in the Time Ring from 10 am to 12 pm gathering for MS charity.

Spending a few hours on a Sunday, browsing local cafes, jumping into local stores and maybe having moment to halt for a coffee or dinner too is a nice route.

The Andover Artisan Market is held throughout the year on the fifth Sunday of each month.

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