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Liverpool’s annual summer arts market is set to take place at Liverpool Cathedral this June, after a successful winter arts market last year.
The market claims to be the biggest of the sort in the North West with over 200 artists and designers setting up stalls to showcasing and selling their work.
Returning on June 17th, the market promises to bring an array of stalls for the avid art lover to wonder around at their leisure.
Cards, clothing, Jewellery, screen prints, textiles and home-made beauty products are just a few things on offer at the market.
The Cathedral has revealed that there will also be a ‘pop –up vintage fair’ by the Concert Room, providing even more textile stalls.
If all this wasn’t already enough, there will also be a food fair featuring quirky delights such as hand-made chocolate truffles, chutney, teas and jams. The Cathedral’s own café will be serving up a BBQ treat for shoppers, as well as the usual refreshments.
The event is family friendly, with craft shops running between 11am and 4pm for children and adults.
Organisers of the event, Open Culture, are still on the lookout for small local food and textile businesses to set up stalls at the event.
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