On the north and east sides of Market Square you will find shops and college accommodations: to the west, there is Great St ... More
On the north and east sides of Market Square you will find shops and college accommodations: to the west, there is Great St Mary's Church , and behind it, King's College Chapel , the Old Schools and the Senate House . The market place has been here for centuries, once taking up all the area between Great St. Mary's Church, St. Edward's Church , St. Andrew the Great and Holy Trinity churches. From Monday to Saturday the stall holders sell their wares: fresh produce, cut flowers, second-hand books, clothing, soap and souvenirs. On Sundays the square features an art and craft market and local farmers' stalls. For more details, call at +44 871 226 8006.
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