2017 Street Market is on Saturday 8th July from 10am - 12 noon.  

Can you donate anything to the stalls?

Can you donate anything to the stalls?

If you have any of the following items please contact the Estate Office on 01386 725111 to arrange collection or delivery:

  • Good quality bric-a-brac (china, garden pots, small furniture items and tools.  NO electrical)
  • Books 
  • Bottles (olive oil to whiskey and everything in-between)
  • Plants, seedlings,etc
  • Toys or children's games
  • Cakes, biscuits, preserves
  • Any unusual prizes for the raffle (from sports event tickets to hampers or special bottles)
  • Small children's prizes/sweets (for the children's area competitions)

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Parish Magazine Street Market Report 2016

An ominous start to the day with rain showers which soon faded into a dull overcast which nevertheless encouraged a large crowd of our regulars to arrive together with those from far and wide. This year The Market opened on the dot of ten o’clock, announced by five strikes on the ‘five minute’ church bell, tolled by young Alex Randles. As in recent years visitors were welcomed by the Bacon and Veggie Buttie stalls which did a roaring trade. Local animal artist Katie Hough offered a splendid selection of her work and had donated one of her favorite prints for the Raffle prizes. Anne’s Pantry again was the focus of attention with mouth watering examples from our local bakers and cake makers. Denzil Curtis’s Going for a Song was the usual centre of attention and had many tempting secondhand items. David Packwood enjoyed demonstrating his skill in creating beautiful Corn Dollies. The Book Stall was overflowing with punters searching for their favourite titles and authors. Toys overflowed the trestle tables, attracting eager youngsters and their parents! The Bottle Stall encouraged repeated attempts to win the large bottle of whisky while the Kitchen stall offered a useful selection of equipment. Also, succulent Lamb off Bredon Hill was available from Jake Freestone.

Refreshments as usual were on offer in Berkeley House garden, this time customers were serenaded by Mike Weaver with his guitar and melodic songs, pleasing a large audience. While across the road in Whitcombe Garden the two Overbury Schools entertained the younger element. Anthony Hallett, as always, offered a remarkable selection of plants and shrubs in his corner of this beautiful garden. Our two hours were up at noon and by one thirty the street was empty, banners packed away and all the tables and chairs returned to the village hall. Another magnificent effort, on the part of many, had raised in excess of £3500 towards our village charities. Thank you to everyone .   AJ

 

 

For further details please contact Andrew John (01386) 725229