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Uxbridge World Village Market

Event Date(s)

09/05/2019 - 12/05/2019 - 4 day(s)

Information For Trader/Participants

Our first visit to Uxbridge and we aim to add arrive with a bang! The World Village Market has something for everyone bringing a mixture of great local, national and international foods and crafts. The event space in Uxbridge town centre provides an ideal setting for the colour and vibrancy of this unique street market to capture the imagination of visitors to a thriving London suburb.

International street cuisine, artisan grocery foods together with ethically traded & handmade, arts, crafts, clothing, jewellery and accessories in an eclectic mix as our unique street market with a festival feel takes up position in the centre of Uxbridge.

Information For Visitors

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Interesting Facts About The Venue

Uxbridge had a Royal Air Force station, known as RAF Uxbridge, until its closure on 31 March 2010. The station was built within the grounds of Hillingdon House, a 19th-century mansion bought by the British government in 1915, and became most famous as the home of RAF Fighter Command's No. 11 Group Operations Room during the Battle of Britain. Fighter squadrons at airfields in the south-east of England were directed from the station, which was visited by Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the battle, and other foreign leaders throughout the rest of the war

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