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Markets are places where traders can sell their wares, produce, livestock and other items of interest. It is stated that the earliest market began in Persia as far back as 3000 BCE. The actual name "market town" or "market night" is a legal term originating from the Middle Ages where a settlement had the right to host markets and this name distinguished the town from a village or city. These markets were the fore-runners to the supermarkets of today, where again, you can purchase almost anything. Today numerous markets held on a Saturday or Sunday can be found all over the country.
The next Flavours of the World Market, organised by Savoir Fayre, will be held from Thursday 1st March through to Saturday 3rd March 2018 at High Street, Uxbridge, London. These markets have a tradition of selectively inviting specific traders to the market, as they are themed to stir the senses of their customers.
Apart from the great food offered, the market also showcases craft wares from various countries' shores. Bowls and ornaments carved from Moroccan marble and Baltic Amber, Italian clothing, rugs and throws, handcrafted jewellery, luxurious scented soaps made from olive and argon oils and much, much more. If you are thinking of becoming a stall holder, please go to The Market Peoplewebsite and fill out the form.
If you are an avid market goer or just someone who wants value for money, this is definitely the market you should not miss. Make it a family affair and enjoy all there is on offer. Entry is free.