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St Ives World Village Market


Event Date(s)

14/03/2020 - 15/03/2020 - 2 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

A World Village Market in St Ives - that's St Ives Cambridgeshire, so if you are booking, please don't drive to Cornwall. St Ives is a market town and we have always received an enthusiastic welcome from the local community who have come to recognise Market Square Group events for the excellent quality of content that they bring. We have no hesitation in recommending this event to food and craft stalls offering produce and products of a good standard - the trading will be strong enough to show a healthy return and is a good bet for an early season outing.

We do have limited space on the Sheep Market in St Ives, so early booking is recommended. All trading positions will be on the Sheep Market with two rows of stalls facing in to one another forming an avenue for shoppers (+ a seating area) in the middle

Information For Visitors

please go to www.zoomevents.co.uk for latest event visitor information

Interesting Facts About The Venue

The town name is featured in the anonymous nursery rhyme/riddle "As I was going to St Ives". While sometimes claimed to be St Ives, Cornwall, the man with seven wives, each with seven sacks containing seven cats etc. may have been on his way to (or coming from) the Great Fair at St Ives. On Ramsey Road there is a public house called The Seven Wives, though this is a modern pub with no connection to the ancient rhyme other than the name.

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