We had a trip over to the other side of Leeds on Sunday to visit Kirkstall Abbey Deli Market. Those who have been reading my blog for a while may remember my post a couple of years ago about Kirkstall Abbey. This is the first time we've been since that trip.
The market is held on the last weekend of the month in the Abbey cloisters. The Saturday market seems to be geared more towards food, and the Sunday market is more of a craft market, though there's a mixture of stalls on both days.
The stalls are set out around the edges with plenty of seating available in the centre, where a band was playing.
There was such a variety of stalls selling all manner of things, plants, textiles, pies, cheeses, button badges, cakes, toys, the list goes on.
We'll definitely be making a return visit, this time on a Saturday. The food stalls we saw on Sunday were fabulous, lots of lovely goodies on offer, so I'd really like to see what the Saturday market is like.
As we were leaving, I noticed the dandelions growing in the walls of the ruins.
It's amazing how plants grow in the most inhospitable locations.
The weather is lovely here today, sunny and warm. I do hope it continues for the bank holiday weekend. I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend, whatever the weather.