Flavours of France on sale

by Roxanne Blakelock An authentic market brought the finest food and crafts of France across the Channel for four days. French vendors from Normandy set up shop in Wembley High Road, Wembley, last Thursday and Friday and then moved to Hig

by Roxanne Blakelock

An authentic market brought the finest food and crafts of France across the Channel for four days.

French vendors from Normandy set up shop in Wembley High Road, Wembley, last Thursday and Friday and then moved to High Road, Willesden on Saturday and Sunday outside the Willesden Green Library Centre.

Gallic music and flags provided the atmosphere as stallholders offered food including cheeses, sausages, breads, patisseries, jams, mustard and sweets.


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There were also finely crafted wooden roses, shoes, bags, jewellery and soap.

The biannual market is part of a unique cultural project called France at Home that sees French traders sell their wares all round the country.

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roxanne.blakelock@archant.co.uk

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