Saffron Walden a contender in Britain's Favourite Market vote

Clara, market trader; Inset: Terry Frostick, Saffron Walden Town Council's operations and market manager

Clara, a market trader from Quite Nice Clothing; Inset: Terry Frostick, Saffron Walden Town Council's operations and market manager. Pictures: Will Durrant - Credit: Archant

Saffron Walden's historic market is competing in this year's Great British Market Awards.

Shoppers across the country have already started voting for Britain's Favourite Market, a competition run by The National Association of British Markets (NABMA).

Voting closes on December 13.

Terry Frostick, operations and market manager at Saffron Walden Town Council, said: "I am very excited about this.

"It would be wonderful achievement to get recognition for all our stallholders and the Town Council team."

On November 15, NAMBA revealed that Saffron Walden is a top-20 contender for the award against competition in Cardiff, Chester, Macclesfield and Swansea.

In its submission to NABMA, Saffron Walden Town Council noted that the market is a boost to the economy and is seen as the "heart of the town".

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Terry and his colleagues won NABMA's Market Team of the Year 2021 award in October.

Voting for Britain's Favourite Market is open online:

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