Flavours of The World comes to Ely Markets!

As part of the “Love Your Local Market” celebrations, Ely Markets is host to a visiting “Flavours of the World” Market on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, 27, 28 and 29 May. Ely Markets is already home to a range of flavours from across the globe and the visiting market brings new tastes to complement the regular choice.
With plenty to delight the senses, experience sights and sounds from around the world, the array of stalls has everything from freshly made paella, crepes and tartiflette to artisanal cheese, bread and charcuterie, olive oils and preserves and all kinds of patisserie and confectionery. Plus crafts including handmade Provencal soaps, amber jewellery, woodcarvings, objets d’art and fashion accessories.
The Flavours of the World Market, runs from Saturday 27 May on Ely High Street alongside the weekly Craft & Collectables Market and Farmers’ Market on Market Place and Dolphin Lane. On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, 28 & 29 May, find “Flavours of the World” on Ely Market Place alongside the weekly Sunday and Bank Holiday Markets.
Emma Grima, Director of Corporate & Commercial Services said: “the visiting Flavours of the World Market brings fresh tastes this bank holiday to complement our regular weekend Ely Markets. There’s something for all the family – whether you want to sample delicious foods or just browse. The atmosphere is buzzing and there is plenty of interest for everyone, whatever their taste.”
You’ll also find all your favourite Ely Markets stalls on the regular weekly Saturday Craft & Collectables Market, Farmers’ Market and Sunday Market alongside the visiting traders.
There’s lots of choice for all, food to try, gifts and produce to buy, come along and browse Ely Markets this bank holiday weekend.
The Flavours of the World Market is open from 10am until 4pm every day, along Ely High Street on Saturday and on Ely Market Place on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday alongside Ely Markets regular weekend markets.
Don’t miss out on the fun – head over to Ely Market Place and High Street on Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th and Bank Holiday Monday 29th May.