The outdoor market is coming back in Melksham.

Run as a collaboration between The Anonymous Travelling Market and Avonside, the market will take place on Sunday April 25 from 9.30am to 2.30pm.

Expect hand-crafted, artisan goods, as well as local food and drink produce, much of which is made by the stallholders.

The monthly market had to pause visits to Avonside as a result of Government restrictions in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

It last took place in October.

Avonside was originally built as the home of Unigate Dairies and is moments away from the high street of Melksham.

Steve Dauwalder, operations manager for The Anonymous Travelling Market, said: "We are thrilled to be back at Avonside and can't wait to welcome people to our market. We have an incredible range of stallholders set to attend, selling everything from hand-made jewellery to locally-made ceramics, and from tasty cheeses and pork pies to Somerset cider, so there really is something for everyone."

Avonside is supporting Wiltshire Air Ambulance by contributing any funds it raises from stall fees directly to the charity.

WAA fundraising manager Des Regan says: "It's been a really tough time for all charities as the pandemic has forced us to cancel all fundraising events, costing us around £500,000 in income. That said, we have been taken aback by the response from the public and we can't thank Avonside enough for once again deciding to support our charity."

Covid-safe measures will be in place at the market.