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Street market taking place for 41st time

Where: Church Row, Overbury, GL20 7NY

When: Saturday, July 13, 10am to 12 noon

Overbury's 41st Street Market takes place this Saturday, July 13, in the beautiful estate village near Tewkesbury.

The event is due to be held in Church Row but will take place in the village hall if wet.

There will be the opportunity to pick up unusually high-quality bargains as well as a range of tender Overbury Farm lamb, local honey and home-produced cakes and goodies at Anne's Pantry.

Stalls this year will include, as usual, 'Going for a Song', books, toys, CDs and computer games, as well as talented local artists and many other stalls.

Live music in Berkeley House garden will again be provided by Max Roach, while the friends of Overbury School are arranging fun activities for the children in Whitcombe Garden, which is also open for meandering and relaxation.

As usual, there are magnificent raffle prizes to be won, not to mention a range of refreshments.

Come and join this annual extravaganza which raises funds for St Faith's Church, the village hall and other parish organisations.

Car parking and entry are both free. Sorry, no dogs.

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