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Traders totally festive for Sunday Supplement in Leek

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: December 22, 2013

By Belinda Hargreaves

  • Shoppers flock to see the wares on offer at the Christmas Sunday Supplement Special.

  • Trader Natasha Hughes from Marigold by Natasha.

  • Landlords of The Cock and The Roebuck swapped ales as part of their Cock and Buck Story event.

  • LTR Alan Ward (The Cock) and Nick Bradstreet (correct) (The Roebuck)

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SHOPPERS had a real festive treat in Leek town centre at the weekend as the final Totally Locally Sunday Supplement of the year took place.

The Christmas special market, which saw many turn out to enjoy the festive atmosphere, offered a wide range of locally produced wares from food and jewellery to clothes and gifts.

The weather was kind for most of the day while more than 40 stalls were manned by local artisans and traders offering their wares.

Many of the town's independent shops also opened their doors on Sunday to join in on the extra trading day which normally takes place every first Sunday of the month.

The Sunday Supplement event, which is organised by the town's Totally Locally team, earlier this year won the West Zone region of the Towns Alive 2013 Award for the Business and Economy Category.

Also on Sunday, the second Cock and Buck Story took place, which saw The Roebuck in Derby Street, and it's adjacent neighbours of The Cock, swap beers for the day in a festive event. Shoppers were able to rest their feet and enjoy refreshment, along with festive food such as turkey baps and listen to Christmas songs from a number of live bands at the two establishments.

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