This Sunday's Chiswick Cheese Market Cancelled

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The organisers of the monthly Cheese Market on Chiswick High Road have decided to cancel the event due to take place this Sunday (17 July).

Currently, that day is predicted to be the peak of temperatures during the heatwave with it expected to reach as high as 35 degrees centigrade in the area.

The idea of providing access to electricity for refrigeration has been explored by the organisers but, even with the assistance of Hounslow Council, they have been unable to find a solution.

One of the Cheese Market Team, Lucy Cufflin, said, “Without power our traders risk losing much stock in the heat and as it is due to be over 25 degrees by 10am we have already had several pull out.

“We are very sad to cancel this market (not least because our own cheese boxes are empty in our own fridges!) and apologise to our regular visitors.”

The market normally takes place on the third Sunday of the month.

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July 11, 2022

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