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Thousands turn out for annual Bungay Garden Street Market

PUBLISHED: 16:29 17 May 2017 | UPDATED: 18:26 17 May 2017

Bungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor Page

Bungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor Page

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The spring sunshine eventually came out as shoppers flocked to Bungay for a popular annual event.

Bungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor PageBungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor Page

The Bungay Garden Street Market, which has been running for more than 20 years, saw thousands of people visit the town last Sunday.

Visitors were able to browse through 92 stalls selling food and drink, plants, flowers and other gardening related products.

Bungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor PageBungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor Page

The market was organised by Bungay Events and Business Association (BEBA), and events co-ordinator Mary Matthews.

She said: “It was an interesting day, I was very nervous in the morning as the heavens opened up.

Bungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor PageBungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor Page

“But it worked out very well, it was a great day and the sun did come out and we had some warm weather in the end.

“We had a wide range of stalls selling stuff like predatory and exotic plants. There was also a really good turnout and there were no parking problems.”

Bungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor PageBungay Garden Street Market. Picture: Trevor Page

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