03:03AM, Friday 06 June 2014
Windsor's farmers' market celebrates its 10th birthday tomorrow.
Thames Valley Farmers' Market Cooperative can be found in St Leonard's Road on the first Saturday of every month between 9am and 1pm.
Market manager Susan Gowland says it will be pulling out all the stops for this weekend's anniversary.
She said: "Local producers will be selling plants, dairy products, organic bread and pastries, vegetarian delicacies, meat and poultry fresh vegetables. Local woodturner Adrian Cobb will be there with his handcrafted hardwood bowls and plates.
"Adding an international flavour will be producers selling French pates, wine and cheese, olive oil from Greece and authentic Indian curry, freshly cooked at the market."
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