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Market returns to town

Prepare for Andover High Street to take on a French feel on Friday, 31 July from 9am – 5pm when the France at Home authentic French Market returns to the town.


Experience the best of French cuisine and browse stalls to put together the ingredients for a continental breakfast, lunch and dinner.


Try a traditional French croissant, French cheeses, pates and baguettes for your lunch.  Or for a treat at any time of day browse the delicatessen stall for dried sausages, olives, garlic potatoes or salad sauces.

As well as a wide range of French foods there are a lot of other stalls to choose from offering a selection of goods including Provencal soaps, vintage music CDs, handbags and purses, basket ware, scarves, hats and so much more.

Leader of the Council, Councillor Phil North, said: “I am delighted that Covid-19 restrictions have eased and have allowed us to welcome the French Market back to Andover.  They are a popular fixture in the annual market calendar, and provide a relaxed and socially distanced shopping experience  to encourage people back in to the High Street safely, helping to reinvigorate the town after the impact of lockdown.”

The market will look a little different than usual to comply with all recommended Covid-19 safety recommendations, and will have more space between stalls and social distancing measures in place.

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