The Normandie Market, a popular initiative organised several times each year by the Town Centre Partnership, returns this weekend (7 and 8 December).
As ever, the event will see a collection of Normandie Market stallholders setting up trade in the North Beach car park in St Peter Port.
Running from 9am until 5.30pm each day, the event’s traders will offer up traditional French wares including: biscuits, cheeses, cider, crepes, dried fruits, honey, jams, meats, mustard, sausages, pate and wine along with cashmere, clothing, handbags, jewellery and watches.
“This is the third and final time the stallholders will join us this year and we’re very much looking forward to welcoming them back,” said Jack Honeybill, executive officer of the Town Centre Partnership.
“The event is always so warmly received and this instalment comes at a particularly good time, in the run up to Christmas and shortly after the opening night of late night shopping.
“It’s a perfect opportunity to pick up something unique, for the pantry or perhaps even for under the Christmas tree,” said Mr Honeybill.