2nd Raunds Trial Market This Saturday 4th May from 9am

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Raunds will be hosting it’s second of three trial Saturday markets following town residents expression that a Saturday market would result in more footfall than the current Friday markets where people are working.

As an added incentive, last market the Town Council had ‘The Bubbleman’ providing entertainment and this weekend the Town Council have hired musician Alex Crowhurst to provide live music from 10am.

Stalls will open at 9am on the Market Square, Raunds

Raunds Town Council have stated:

” We have more stalls and live entertainment so make sure you come down and support local traders.

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