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MARKET TRADER, MARCH 29 - APRIL 11, 2019


NEWS 3


SWANSEA: Ignored warnings lead to prosecution


A food preparation company that traded at Carew market operated in such disgusting conditions it posed a threat to human life, a judge at Swansea Crown Court heard. Marley Cwmgors Food Ltd, of Ammanford, ignored warning letters from trading standards officers and had to be prosecuted to shut it down. The company admit ted 43


offences relating to the mislabelling of foods, including cheeses and meat pies, and unhygienic food preparation conditions. The company was fined £3,000,


(Photo: Frans Persoon) DEVON: Fist ever Exmoor Day in April


South Molton Pannier Market is hosting the first ever Exmoor Day this April. Taking place on Friday April 12, the event aims to celebrate all things Exmoor and


is already proving popular for the first ever Friday market day, with all the stalls fully booked well in advance. As well as the usual stalls there will be plenty to eat and drink, from hog roasts to


ice cream, preserves, chilli tasting, handmade chocolates and Exmoor’s own Wicked Wolf Gin. South Molton town clerk Andrew Coates said: “We are hoping that the Exmoor day


will bring in loads of people from all over Exmoor and it should be a fun day for the children too. “This is the first time we have tried to have a market on a Friday, and if this is successful we will try other markets on Fridays, too.”


(Photo: Grant Schweppe)


and Robert and Judith Hodges, and their son Robert Hodges junior were prohibited from working in the management of a company dealing in food until further order.


NORFOLK: Wind keeps traders away


Town residents were dismayed to find just two stalls at Thetford Market on a Wednesday earlier this month. Like many events around the country


it was affected by high winds from Storm Gareth, which discouraged traders from making an appearance at the town’s Wednesday market on March 13. Only a fruit and vegetable stall and a cheese and pie stall were present at the market


place outside The Guildhall. The storm’s strong gales and heavy rain had been causing disruption across the country, with rail and road links affected as winds reached up to 50 mph.


SOMERSET: Shop is moving to market


Dawn McClements is closing her spiritual healing shop Fragrantly Magickal in Clevedon after two and a half years – but isn’t planning to stay closed for long or travel far. After becoming part of the community in the seaside town, Dawn feels she has taken the


business as far as she can, and is now planning to open at the indoor market in Weston- super-Mare. She told local media: “I’m


taking a step back for a while to regroup so I can focus more on developing myself within the healing environment and focusing on the products I have a real interest in.” Dawn will be closing the shop in


Clevedon on April 17, and hopes to open her new business at the indoor market on May 14.


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