Artisan market and art a winning combination in Kirkham

Artisan market and art a winning combination in Kirkham

Kirkham’s new artisan market was hailed a huge success on the day a series of new artworks celebrating the town’s history were unveiled. Torrential rain did not dampen the spirits of stallholders and shoppers as Lancashire Artisan Traders opened their first monthly market on the historic Market Square.Stalls boasting items such as handmade gifts, fresh produce, craft gin, specialty cheese and sauces, pet foods, books and delicious pies and cakes drew large crowds throughout the day. Joining the traders was Kirkham Cultural Consortium, which unveiled a series of interactive art installations around town as part of Kirkham’s status as one of Historic England’s High Streets Heritage Action Zones.

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