LANGHAM VILLAGE STREET MARKET is now an annual event and will be bigger and better than ever next year. The recent market on Bank Holiday Monday 26 August was a great success with 100 stalls and lots of other attractions that everyone enjoyed.
The organisers would wish to thank everyone who came, the stallholders and those who worked so hard to make the day a success – especially those who ran the Bric-a-Brac stall, the books and those who laboured in the kitchen, the raffle sellers, the PA lady and the car park attendants
There are lots of photographs in the gallery, take a look you might see yourself wandering around.
There were stalls selling everything imaginable, a grand barbecue outside the Village Hall plus food and refreshments all day inside. As well as the private market stalls there were all the usual Village Hall stalls: bric-a-brac; books; tombola and a raffle with truly fantastic prizes. Additional attractions included: a display of classic cars, motorcycles, agricultural and military vehicles; a fire engine; Morris Dancing displays; an area set aside in the churchyard for games or a quiet rest and refreshments away from the noise and hurly burly of Church Street. Parking, including for the disabled. Sadly the Fun Dog Show had to be cancelled because of the heat, better that however than seeing dogs in distress.
All proceeds from Village Hall stalls, barbecue and food, tombola, raffle and Street Market pitch fees will be used for Village Hall refurbishments and maintenance to benefit the whole village (charity number 522341).