On a beautiful sunny, Saturday morning, people from all over flocked to Haven Market.
Haven Market boasted all sorts of good to enjoy.
The Horsham City Lions were selling raffle tickets and snags, and celebrating International Lions Day.
There was live music from brass band, Key Change who were luckily shaded from the sun which steadily got warmer as the day heated up.
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There were lots of young families out for a morning stroll at the market. The market proved to be a good spot to met up with friends and catch up.
Shoppers could find all sorts of treats to buy, such as locally produced honey and fudge. There were also plenty of young entrepreneurs selling their handmade goods.
Mates Ruby Spasier aged 16 and Ebony Hart aged 15 were running side by side stalls.
Ruby's Handmade Clay Earrings and Ebony's Succulents are businesses the young women established on their own.
Ruby has been making the earrings for two months and had spent two weeks getting ready for her market debut.
Ebony said she started collecting succulent clippings from her family's garden during lockdown last year.
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