What’s On This Month’s Spot Light on April

Friday 6th April 2018

Artisan Market 09.00-15.00

April sees the return of the Biddulph Artisan Market. Due to return in March of 2018 but hampered by the Beast form the East we hope that Spring will be in the air for the April Market.

The Biddulph Artisan Market offers a variety of stalls with the ethos of offering you more on your High Street, a range of food and crafts will be available. This Aprils market falls during the Easter School Holidays and we hope there is a little something for everyone.

Traders for April included so far (20th March)

New Trader Levant Street Food – A mezze style feast!

Delia Glassware – Beautiful glass crafts handmade by Delia

Kawaii Toys – A variety of toys wooden and classical something for every pocket

Seed Chocolate – James will be here with his bean to bar chocolate (did I mention it was Easter!!!!)

Congleton Crafts – Handmade home textiles from the lovely Karen

Marshside Tea – Proper tea, sourced from around the world

Raggy Annie – A cornucopia of knitted goods

Aphrodite Designs – Crystals and Jewellery

Woods Deli – Wonderful local couple Mark and Liz will be here with their local bacon, homemade jams and deli goods

LJB Plants – Gillian returns with her great perennials

Cheshire Pie – Julian and his award winning pies

Catlynn Leather – Fine Italian leather goods from the wonderful ladies

Cheddleton Chicks – Aileen with her Cheddleton eggs, and Staffordshire pantry goods

Flash Brewery – Character Eddie here with his Ales and Ciders from Flash Brewery

Ox Eye Daisy – Louise and her wonderful flowers and garden accessories.

Glebe Farm Fresh Produce – Fruit & Veg from Glebe Farm Shop.

Select Fish – Paul the fishmonger and his fresh catch


To coincide with the market there will be community events happening in the Town Hall.

Volunteer Event  10:00-18:00

For those of you looking for something new to try? Considering something that adds value to your community?

For those  young people who need ideas of what to do with your career? Maybe you know what you want to do and need some experience to help you stand out from the crowd?

Are you looking to change your career or you have a job but want to do something different.

Come and learn what’s on in the area – groups and communities will be here for you to talk to.

There will be a children’s table with Easter activities and refreshments too.

Fraud & Scam Prevention Event 13.30-14.30

Town Hall Council Chamber

A talk by Georgina Woodcock Natwest Community Banker.

So plenty going on Friday 6th April.




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