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Easter Extravaganza Comes to Clitheroe Market

Food at the Easter Market
Maud Brunon of Jero Delights and Radek Bajkowski of Polish Barbecue will make an appearance at the Clitheroe international market and Easter Extravaganza.
Published Thursday, 26 March 2015

Paella, perogi and posh pork pies, churros, cheese and chutney – some of the finest foods and artisan products in Europe will be up for grabs at Clitheroe Market at Easter.

The market will host an international market and Easter Extravaganza from Thursday 2 April to Saturday 4 April.

Over 20 stalls selling a range of fine foods and artisan items, including African art, Balkan jewellery, French pastries, German sausages, Italian scarves and a Polish barbecue, will come to town during the three-day bonanza.

And Clitheroe Market traders will ramp up the fun, with a host of Easter activities, including a bumper tombola, cake raffle and children’s quiz, with free mini-chocolate eggs for participants.

Ribble Valley Borough Council’s head of regeneration and housing, Colin Hirst, said: “Clitheroe is famed for its independent retailers, while the Ribble Valley Food Trail and Clitheroe Food Festival attract thousands of shoppers and food enthusiasts to the borough every year.

“We are delighted that the international market is returning to town and Clitheroe Market traders are boosting the event with a host of extra activities.

“We are inviting shoppers from across Lancashire to join us over Easter weekend for a feast of family fun.”

Clitheroe has hosted a regular market since the Norman Conquest in the 12th Century. 

Over 80 stalls now sell fruit and vegetables, bread and cakes, fish and meat, clothing and lingerie, pottery and craft items, curtains and fabrics, rugs and household textiles, flowers and electrical goods.

It is also home to a number of specialist food traders, including Ferguson’s Deli, which is featured on the Ribble Valley Food Trail, and legendary fruit and veg stall Burney’s.

It is the third year that Clitheroe Market has hosted an international market.


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