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First ever 'Free From' festival in Warwick this weekend; The aim is to have something for everyone - even with dietary requirements.

Byline: Laura Hartley

Warwick's first ever 'Free From' festival is coming to the town this weekend.

In a brand new event, Sketts Markets will be bringing the event to Market Place, where there will be something for everyone.

With the rise in popularity for vegan food, this is sure to be a winner with vegan, gluten free and sugar free foods all available there.

It's taking place on Sunday 14 April from 10am-4pm in Market Place.

Stalls already booked includeIndian Vegan Street Food, Gluten Free Turkish Foods and Vegan and Dairy Free Alcohol.

As well as the food side of things, Sketts will also welcome anyone selling things like organic hair products, reusable Tupperware and also those raising money for local charities.

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Fitness group TJ Yoga (The Studio) will be offering a yoga class inMarket Squarefor all to join -- with other entertainment including face painters, stilt walkers and music from Two Tone Acoustic.

Aby from Sketts says: "We are so excited to bring the Free From Festival to Warwick in April. Do you feel like you can add even more to this exciting new event? Get in contact wit us - we'd love to hear your ideas."

For more information on the event on Sunday, contact Beth or Aby at Sketts Markets on info@sketts.co.uk

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