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Come visit us at the Celebrate Southern Africa Market
Sunday 18th June, Frome, Somerset
From condiments to crafts, from books to beauty products, and from koeksisters to the flavours of the Kalahari: a true celebration of everything Southern African awaits those who attend the Celebrate Southern Africa Market 2017 taking place on Sunday 18th June, Frome, Somerset.
This is a high-priority event for your diary if you have travelled to Southern Africa, or still want to go, or even if you are simply interested in the African sub-continent and its varied cultural attractions. Of course, it is also an excellent place for Southern Africans living in the UK to meet, mingle, and catch up. The Celebrate Southern Africa Market will offer over 60 stalls and traders selling Southern African crafts, gifts, decor and food: all in an atmosphere filled with the music, languages and African culture.
Come and celebrate with friends at an event that will be truly lekker (and if you don’t know what that word means now, you will know afterwards! It stands for everything enjoyable, fun and typically Southern African). The market will feature products or services from small to large businesses operating in the UK that celebrate Southern Africa, as well as from Southern African businesses who have outlets in the UK. In addition, there will be hot food on sale, as well as cold snacks, baked goods and treats to take home to enjoy.
Bring along your family and friends to give them a real taste of Southern African flavours, listen to music and feast on that which celebrates the best of what the sub-continent has to offer. There will also be items from other southern African countries such as Zimbabwe, Kenya, Swaziland, Namibia and Malawi to explore.
Celebrate Southern Africa Market
Date: 18 June 2017 from 10 am to 3 pm.
Venue: Cheese and Grain Market Yard in Frome, Somerset, South West England.
Market Yard, Justice Lane, Frome BA11 1BE, UK
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