As announced in its latest newsletter, ‘Market View’, NABMA made a total of six awards across the country, as it “wants to recognise those markets, teams and individuals that have made a notable impact to the campaign.”
Leighton Buzzard Market was chosen because its whole team, and particularly, the traders, got involved in the campaign.
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This is the second award won by the market in recent months, following the NABMA award for ‘Best Local Council Market 2022’, given at its national conference in February.
Leighton Buzzard Market runs on a Tuesday and Saturday where shoppers can choose from stalls selling everything from classic market staples such as fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, plants and cut flowers to books, shoes, clothing and food.