Well, here's another bank holiday weekend and if you're stuck for something to do, why not take yourselves off to the Treacle Market in Macclesfield?
The Treacle Market takes its name from an apocryphal incident where a big treacle spill was supposed to have happened on Hibel Road, causing a lot of ad hoc treacle collecting to go on.
These days, the ever-popular market has arts, crafts, antiques food and drink stalls, with many stall specialising in locally made produce.
The market always takes place on the last Sunday in the month, so, Sunday 25th May should see you right for a good day out.
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