Adams Heritage Centre to host monthly Littleport community market this Saturday

PUBLISHED: 12:50 31 October 2017

Adams Heritage Centre to host monthly Littleport community market this Saturday. David Porter, a trustee of Adams Heritage Centre, is pictured.

Adams Heritage Centre to host monthly Littleport community market this Saturday. David Porter, a trustee of Adams Heritage Centre, is pictured.

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Adams Heritage Centre in Main Street will host Littleport’s monthly community market this Saturday, November 4.

Open from 9.30am until 1pm, local food producers will welcome shoppers to their stalls.

David Porter, a trustee of Adams Heritage Centre, said: “It’s always a great event and it’s so good to meet and chat with everyone who comes to get their supplies of fresh and specialist products.”

Artisan breads, cakes, specialist coffee, pies, cheeses, eggs, vegetables and fruit - and pro-biotic cabbage will be on sale.

David added: “There is a real buzz each month as people come to shop and chat too.

“If you haven’t visited yet, do come along.

You won’t be disappointed.”

Search Adams Heritage Centre Littleport on Facebook for more information.

The former Adams Ironmongery shop in Littleport’s was transformed into Littleport’s only dedicated heritage centre.

The premises was donated by local benefactor, Peter Audus, who also undertook major renovations and improvements to the building.

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