Market celebrates

(Left bottom to top) Neve McCoy-Nesham, 5, Phoebe McCoy-Nesham, 9, and Maxine McCoy are buying confectionary from worker June Bishop at the Tickhill Country Market, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary in June. Picture: Andrew Roe
(Left bottom to top) Neve McCoy-Nesham, 5, Phoebe McCoy-Nesham, 9, and Maxine McCoy are buying confectionary from worker June Bishop at the Tickhill Country Market, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary in June. Picture: Andrew Roe

A WEEKLY market is celebrating 25 years of supplying the folk of Tickhill.

Every Friday the Tickhill Country Market sets up stall in the Methodist School Room.

Produce on offer includes homemade baking such as pies, confectionary, buns and cakes.The market is jam packed

with treats for everyone.

Many market traders also offer a home delivery service if people are unable to visit.

The informal environment also gives people the chance to meet new friends and chat with old ones.

The market takes place at the room in Northgate between 10am and noon.