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Gravesend Borough Market joins arts festival taking place this weekend

PUBLISHED: 09:23 01 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:20 01 August 2017

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Musical performances will be helf throughout the event

Gravesend Borough Market has been invited by Gravesham Arts to join in this year’s Something for the Weekend event.

The festival, which is coming to the town this weekend, is being held on Saturday August 5 and Sunday August 6.

Now in its third year, Gravesham Arts is putting on the festival which promises to bring arts, vintage, food, entertainment and more to the borough.

As part of the festival the market will be hosting a fabulous food, drink, fun fair and entertainment weekend in partnership with businesses along the River Thames who will also be hosting themed events including Arts at The Royal Clarendon Hotel and Monica’s Vintage Fair at Gravesham Arts in St Andrew’s Gardens.

There will also be a funfair for kids to enjoy.

There are still a few pitches available for food and produce from Kent and Street Food traders - those interested can contact market manager Jackie Bowles, at gravesend.market@gravesham.gov.uk

Musical performances will be held throughout the day.

Ms Bowles, said: “Something for the weekend is one of Gravesend’s biggest events of the summer and we’re really pleased the market has been invited by Gravesham Arts to be part of this year’s festivities.”

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