After last year's success, France at Home is back in Tisbury High Street on Saturday 30th March, with the special atmosphere of an authentic French market.
France at Home is a well-established team, initiating the first French Market in the UK in 1994. The market is authentically French and the only one to be a member of the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Muriel Charles, Manager of France at Home says "Last year's market was a great success. We hope everyone will return to enjoy all the delicious and authentic goodies we bring with us from France. Try a traditional French croissant, or a crepe cooked in front of you. For lunch there is a wide range of French cheeses and baguettes, or tartiflette, a famous cheese and potato dish from the French Alps".
In addition to food, there will be many other stalls, selling Provencal soaps, bags and purses, scarves, hats, vintage cd's and more.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ROADS INTO THE HIGH STREET ARE CLOSED ON THE DAY BETWEEN 9AM & 4PM
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