Mayor helps stall’s 45th celebrations

ROYSTON S new mayor Councillor Peter Lill sampled the delights of home-baking and home-grown produce on Saturday. He was a guest as the Royston Country Market celebrated its 45th anniversary. The stall in the Corn Exchange was originally set-up by the Roy

ROYSTON'S new mayor Councillor Peter Lill sampled the delights of home-baking and home-grown produce on Saturday.

He was a guest as the Royston Country Market celebrated its 45th anniversary.

The stall in the Corn Exchange was originally set-up by the Royston WI.

In those days it had a turn-over of £250-a-week.


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Royston Country Market is a local non-profit making co-operative, which is run on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

The change in title came about three years ago when the Federation of Women's Institutes withdrew its name to protect its charitable status.

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It is looking for new members who have the skills to produce baked goods, preserves, garden produce or craft items.

- For more details call Carol Robinson on 01763 848708.

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