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Tewkesbury High Street to come alive with street market

Tewkesbury High Street will come alive on Sunday with more than 80 stalls offering the best in Gloucestershire food, drink and crafts.

The Tewkesbury High Street Food and Arts Market will be held on closed streets in the historic market town between 10am and 4pm.

Organised by Cotswold Markets Ltd, the event will celebrate award-winning cheese, wine and cider makers, bakers and farmers and local arts and crafts specialists.

Dave Joynes of Cotswold Markets said: "These events represent an excellent opportunity to promote the town and we are looking forward to seeing the high street buzzing with producers and visitors to Tewkesbury.

"Following recent feedback from local businesses, we have taken the comments on board and will be undertaking increased marketing and improved traffic management and signage.

"We will also be monitoring the new traffic management improvements that will be put in place."


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For the duration of the market event, Tewkesbury High Street will be closed to traffic between the Church Street and Quay Street junctions.

The closure will start at 4am and run through to 8pm with local diversions in place along Oldbury Road.

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