Islington Farmers’ market is full of fun

PUBLISHED: 12:38 04 August 2013

Millie Isabelle with John Wood and Punch and Judy. Pic: Tony Gay

Millie Isabelle with John Wood and Punch and Judy. Pic: Tony Gay


People of all ages took the chance to splat a rat, chase the fox and pin down a pig at the Islington Farmers’ Market Picnic.

The fun day took place at the market’s usual spot in Chapel Market and featured games, a hog roast, hand-made ice cream and seasonal fruits. Cheryl Cohen from London Farmers Markets said; We turned the farmers market into a family friendly picnic with some sideshows and Punch and Judy thrown in for free, plus all the added attractions of delicious, seasonal food for sale.”

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