By Anandi Shah
As ever, the Autumn Market at Harrow Town Centre has been bustling and thriving.
Clearly, the pandemic did not put a dent in proceedings. This year, a myriad of stalls stretching from one end of St Ann’s Road to the other featured an eclectic variety of food from grills from Greece, Mediterranean baklavas from Turkey, Chinese noodles and mouth-watering Middle Eastern falafel.
As if that was not enough, shoppers could feast their eyes on beautiful arts and crafts including beautiful plates from Tunisia, to shimmering trinkets, decadent ornaments, and vibrant scarves – not to mention astounding Native American headdresses.
There was something for all the senses at the Market and shoppers would be remiss to not make the Autumn Market part of their usual shopping experience at Harrow Town Centre.