SHOPPERS and fine food connoisseurs could be taking home plenty of dough if they saunter into Swadlincote town centre later this week.
The theme for the latest award-winning farmers’ market is bread in recognition of September being harvest time in The National Forest.
A wide range of speciality offerings, as well as seasonal music, and local foods are available on The Delph Public Square between 9am and 3pm on Thursday, September 26.
Artisan bakery Breadfirst, from Staunton Harold, will be on hand to talk about their products and sell a yeast of tantalising treats.
The Magic Attic history archive will also be launching its new book on the history of Salts, once a popular department store in the town.
Councillor Bob Wheeler, leader of South Derbyshire District Council, said: “The Swadlincote Farmers’ Market is one of our great success stories.
“Since starting out it has never looked back. The range and quality of its produce have made it one of the most respected and envied markets in the area.”
Swadlincote’s Markets were awarded the Best Small Outdoor Market accolade earlier this year by the National Association of British Market Authorities.