Pick up some homegrown produce and tasty local treats at Rochester Farmers’ Market this bank holiday weekend, as it pitches up at the Rochester Sweeps Festival.

Traders selling a range of the freshest local produce including vegetables, meat and baked goods, as well as cider, preserves, olives and pies will be pitching up in the Kings Head car park from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, 5, Sunday, 6, and Monday, 7 May.

They will join more than 50 morris sides and entertainers celebrating throughout the bank holiday weekend, with processions, fun activities for families and three days of folk music featuring guest artists from the Canada and France, as well as all over Britain.

The Rochester Farmers’ Market usually takes place on the third Sunday of every month at the Corporation Street car park, Rochester, with traders from across Kent who have grown, bred, processed, pickled, brewed or baked the goods themselves.

For more information on what’s on throughout the festival, and to download a Sweeps Festival brochure, visit www.whatsonmedway.co.uk

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