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Dalegate Market celebrates 10 years

Written by  Jason Borthwick
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Dalegate Market celebrates 10 years

With so much going on in 2016 at Dalegate Market, we thought we would provide you with an update on some of our events to celebrate Dalegate Market 10th year.

There are the regular events like OAP Wednesdays, Pasta Thursdays and Fishy Fridays at Deepdale Café throughout the year.  From May to September One Stop Nature Shop run Beginners Guided Wildlife Walks each Wednesday.

As we continue to support independent producers and artisans, Dalegate Market will be hosting Pop Up Shops again in the beach huts, changing weekly from Easter to the end of October.

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Then there are the major annual events like Deepdale Christmas Market and the first Deepdale Spring Market.

But because Dalegate Market is 10 years old this year, we’ve added a huge array of events to the programme.

You can eat your fill of cakes and buns on St Bunters Day at Deepdale Café, select your favourite pie during British Pie Week, and celebrate Seafood & Asparagus during April.

The Pantaloons will be performing Gulliver’s Travels in June as part of our outdoor arts programme.  There will be a Pop Up Cinema Weekend with Picturehouse Cinemas in July and more outdoor theatre is being planned for August.

The Hare & The Hen will be hosting a special exhibition of Alfie Carpenter’s paintings in the Easter holidays, while children (and adults) are invited to help decorate a giant pot over the Easter weekend.

The programme is far from complete yet, and new events are being added all the time, but with so much already confirmed, it’s going to be an exciting year at Dalegate Market, and a great way to celebrate being 10 years old.

The full list of confirmed events can be viewed  at: www.dalegatemarket.co.uk/events/

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