A CHOLSEY market has broke attendance records again with more than 200 shoppers visiting the special Jubilee event.

Meadows Morning Market, founded last year by Janine Wolfe and Becky Kite late last year, took place in The Great Hall in Cholsey Meadows on Saturday, May 28.

The increasingly popular market “broke all records” with people from Goring, Didcot, Benson, Berinsfield, and more visiting the event.

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Goring Fire Fighters were in attendance to educate and entertain children as well as a face painter and a colouring competition.

Stalls were selling a variety of items such as brownies, preserves, meats, breads, general merchandise - greetings cards, beauty products, jewelry, books and more.

Every month the market chooses a charity for visitors to donate to instead of introducing an entrance fee. A total of £100 was raised for the national Fire Fighters Charity, £35 more than the last event.

Ms Kite was “excited” about the success of the day. She said: “What a great occasion we witnessed. 

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“It was so pleasing to see the crowds of shoppers with so many vendors to greet them.  My colleague Janine and I put in a great deal of work to try to make the market an enjoyable experience for shoppers and vendors alike and today it all came together so well.”

The next market will be on Saturday, June 25.


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This story was written by Gee Harland, she joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford and Didcot.

Get in touch with her by emailing: Gee.harland@newsquest.co.uk

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