The popular monthly Farmers’ Market in Lichfield is set to celebrate its 15th birthday.
The milestone will be reached when the stalls open for business from 9am to 3pm on June 2.
Lichfield City Council will mark the occasion with a cake, raffle competition, face painting, craft activities for children, an owl display and entertainment.
A spokesperson said: “Amongst the day’s offerings will also be the usual quality selection of baked goods and cakes, cheeses, wine, meat and cider, to name a few, as well as hand crafted and bespoke lines.
“Four of the original traders at the very first Farmers’ Market held in Lichfield are still successfully trading today – Packington Moor Farm, 19 Gales Farmhouse Foods, Woodhouse Farm and Woodhouse Green Nurseries.”
The anniversary will also be marked by a competition to win vouchers to spend at the Farmers’ Market. Money raised from the raffle with benefit the Mayor and Sheriff’s nominated charities, the We Love Lichfield Fund and the Erasmus Darwin Foundation.