WEDNESDAYS are always Market Days in Hedon.
The town reputedly has had a tradition of holding markets that goes back 800 years! It is, under normal circumstances, the busiest day of the week in Hedon Town Centre.
But what to do after you’ve visited the Market and our charming little shops?
Jackie the Landlady at The Station unashamedly thinks you should head North up Souttergate to sample the ‘Market Day Specials’ on offer at the traditional pub.
She tells us:
“Our Market Day Special at The Station means you could get fish chips and peas; steak pie chips or veg; large Yorkshire pudding with sausage mash and veg and a pudding of apple tart and custard, or lemon sponge and custard for only Five Pounds – and our lovely fire will be on.”
Now there are other equally charming places to enjoy your post-market lunch in Hedon – and residents and visitors will all have their favourites.
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Hedon – Lovely place to visit, lovely place to live!