Continental Street Market brings tastes and crafts of the world to Letchworth

PUBLISHED: 15:34 31 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:47 31 October 2017

The Continental Market will arrive in Letchworth tomorrow. Picture: Tom Hardy

The Continental Market will arrive in Letchworth tomorrow. Picture: Tom Hardy

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The Continental Street Market is in Letchworth town centre tomorrow – with a whole host of food, drink and craft items for you to buy.

The Continental Market will arrive in Letchworth tomorrow. Picture: Tom HardyThe Continental Market will arrive in Letchworth tomorrow. Picture: Tom Hardy

Traders from around the world will be setting up in Leys Avenue tomorow, displaying the best products that their countries have to offer daily from 10am to 6pm through to Saturday.

Food stalls will range from cakes and pastries to barbecued treats and Chinese street food.

The market is operated by RR Events, and event managing company which specialises in themed markets. This particular market will make stops across the UK as part of its 2017 tour.

RR Events managing director Tony Walsh said: “Our team of staff and traders have been involved in markets across Europe for over 10 years.

The Continental Market will arrive in Letchworth tomorrow. Picture: Tom HardyThe Continental Market will arrive in Letchworth tomorrow. Picture: Tom Hardy

“With our newly developed brand, the Continental Street Market is sure to create an atmosphere and buzz as it tours the UK.”

The event is set to bring something new to the town and is supported by Love Letchworth, who are keen to grow Letchworth as a quality event destination.

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