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A THING TO DO TODAY

ALDERSHOT
Price: Cost of your food
Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
Camberley Market, on Park Street in Camberley on the third Saturday of each month, has a wide range of stalls selling food and drink to cook later or to eat straight away - as well as a variety of art and crafts. So go along from 10am to 3pm and eat your way around, while talking to the farmers who produced your food.
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