Army of volunteers who mucked in at Baldock’s market double-header lauded for festive good will

Jayden Waldock

Jayden Waldock - Credit: Archant

An army of volunteers who mucked in at Baldock’s market double-header at the weekend have been lauded for their festive good will.

Saturday’s Vintage and Christmas Fair saw the town packed with stalls, while entertainment was well catered for with music, a giant snow dome and a fun fair to boot.

The following day saw the return of the French Market and its wide array of continental traders selling goodies down the High Street.

Baldock Town Partnership director Fraser Valentine said: “Well what a great weekend we had despite the wind.

“I would especially like to thank the many great people who turned up in the High Street at 6am on Saturday to answer our request for help, and then again after 6pm – faith in humanity has been restored.

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“The Vintage and Christmas Fair was a roaring success.

“Thank you to St Mary’s Church for organising the Christmas carols and managing to get Father Christmas to come down and spend the day with us.

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“Thanks to all our traders on the day and a special thank you to Susie of Susie’s Vintage Warehouse, the Buddy Holly tribute was fantastic and so was Praise Be from St Mary’s Church headed by Baldock councillor Jim McNally.

“Sunday saw the return of the French Market with a superb selection of produce, hats, jewellery and curios.

“I personally would like to thank Conner Ogorman for all his assistance.”

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