A collection of vintage Citroen 2CV cars and birds of prey will be on display at Bolton Artisan Market this Sunday (April 23).
Ten cars will be coming to the market at Heaton Fold Garden Centre courtesy of a local Citroen enthusiast group.
An array of birds of prey, including an Indian Eagle, from Gary’s Feathered Friends, will also be swooping in to entertain younger visitors from 11am.
His collection also includes a Harris Hawk, Canadian Buzzard, and Barn Owl.
Visitors to the market will also find a selection of around 20 traders serving up a range of goods, from 10am to 4pm.
Hand crafted pies, stone baked pizzas and award winning Bavarian bakes are just some of the treats on offer, alongside handmade jams and chutneys; gluten free pies and cakes; Lancashire cheeses; bespoke home furnishings, crafts and jewellery.
Entertainment will also be provided by Peter Jackson – Retro Parade singer.
The garden centre is on Overdale Drive, off Chorley New Road. Free parking is available on site.
Traders attending: Ahmed Olives; Bavarian Patisserie; Bowland Pork; Bowland Smokehouse; Carlos Biscuits; Fat Jaxs chutney; Fine Yarns Horwich; Gribbin and Bear Gins; Ickysticky cakes; Manchester Cheesecakes; Mwah Pizzas; Phil Cook Photography; Rivington chocolates; Signature Soaps; Simply Country Co Cheese; Sugarcake Chocolate brownies; Torc Jewellery; Wonky Stitchers; The Gluten Free Pie Company, Veronica Norris dog coats; and World of Detox (flavoured honey and honey salad dressings).
For further information, contact Brian Hood, from Signature Soaps, on 07888 845112 or e-mail email@example.com. The market is organised by Mr Hood in conjunction with the council.