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French market returns to Cricklewood

PUBLISHED: 18:11 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 18:11 09 November 2017

A variety of stalls selling food and gifts for visitors to the French Market in Cricklewood

A variety of stalls selling food and gifts for visitors to the French Market in Cricklewood

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A taste of the continent is coming to Cricklewood town centre this weekend with breads, cheeses and other mouth-watering treats.

The ‘France at Home’ market from Normandy is returning to Cricklewood Lane on Sunday from 10am-4pm.

Following its successful visit in May, the market will offer a selection of food including breads, cheeses and meats, and a variety of gifts, fashion accessories and home wares.

The visit has been organised by Vibe Market, part of the neighbourhood and urban regeneration consultancy Udenson Caldbeck Associates.

Osita Udenson, managing director for Vibe Market, said: “It is great to have the French market back in Cricklewood. As a visiting market, its specialist products will complement the existing offer in the town centre.”


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