A large fruit market in Quinney, West Yorkshire, which was once the centre of British agriculture and is now home to the local branch of the RSPCA, is now being run as a public service.
A number of public services and charities have been created in recent years as a result of the fruit market’s growth, and the RSC is looking to help by providing food, clothing and other goods to the community, which is one of its main aims.
In addition to offering a good deal of fruit and produce, the market is open to the public, and there are stalls for children. “
We’re looking to give people a chance to experience Quinneys vibrant local economy, with the fruit and vegetables that they can buy and also the great local produce that we’ve been able to find through our research.”
In addition to offering a good deal of fruit and produce, the market is open to the public, and there are stalls for children.
This year the RSL are also supporting local businesses by providing cash incentives, which include free coffee, free meals, free childcare and discounts on holiday packages.
The RSL also offer free meals to anyone who visits the market and provide a list of local charities who are helping with the project.
For more information visit: www.quinneymarket.org.uk or call 0845 754 0400.