Tasty treats delight crowds at eat:Burnham festive market
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Traders from across the South West sold produce at eat:Burnham’s Christmas market on Saturday.
Cider, seafood and spirits were on offer to visitors at the new event, and eat:Festivals draw hundreds of people to Burnham High Street throughout the year.
Children had the opportunity to meet Father Christmas, and people could sample honey, chilli and mulled wine from across the district.
In addition to market stalls, Highbridge Area Foodbank collected donations, which are given to people in the area to prevent them from going hungry.
Burnham and Highbridge Band played at the market, as well as The Roller DisGoat, a VW Camper Van with a DJ booth.
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A spokesman from the event thanked all the sponsors and stall holders who made the event possible.
Eat:Burnham will return to the town on May 23, with a time to be confirmed.
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