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Thame World Village Market


Event Date(s)

03/04/2020 - 05/04/2020 - 3 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

The Thame World Village Market, in Oxfordshire, will be from Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th April 2020, following a successful launch in 2017.

The town has a strong tradition of events and we are looking for world cooking, homemade, healthy and traceable foods, as well as ethical traded, handmade, eco-friendly arts, crafts, clothing, jewellery, accessories and original ideas.

The World Village Market will be located on the popular event area adjacent to North Street and Upper High Street.

Information For Visitors

Please go to www.zoomevents.co.uk for visitor event information

Interesting Facts About The Venue

By 1813 Thame had a workhouse in Wellington Street. In 1826 John Boddington, a miller who had been the proprietor of Thame Mill, became master of the workhouse. In 1831 his son, also John Boddington, became a clerk at Strangeways Brewery in Manchester. A younger son, Henry Boddington, who had been born at Thame Mill in 1813, followed his brother and joined the same brewery in 1832. Henry became a partner in the business in 1847 and sole proprietor in 1853, after which its beers were called Boddingtons. In April 2011 the Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board unveiled a blue plaque at the address of the former workhouse commemorating its association with Henry Boddington.

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