One of Wem's most popular events is set to return next month for its 10-year anniversary.

The Wem Spring Market will be in the town on Saturday, April 6, promising to bring a vast range of food, drink and craft works to the town.

The market will spread out across three venues in the town, running from Wem Town Hall in the High Street, Wem Baptist Church in Chapel Street, which also houses Wem Senior Club.

Visitors to the market will be able to take part in five 'trails'; the food trail will include Whitchurch's Powells Pies while Wem Civic Society will also have a stall selling marmalade, jams and jellies.

There will be stalls for cakes, cheese, European foods as well as Diamond Delis who sell Indian cuisine.

For the drink trail, there will be a selection of alcoholic drinks such as homemade cider, beers, wines and soft drinks such as apple juice from businesses in Shropshire and beyond, including Berriew in Powys.

The Eckford Sweet Pea Society will be there for the plant trail, as well as Wem & District Garden Club and Incredible Edible.

There will be a number of sweet stalls for the indulgence trail and there will be around 20 arts and crafts stalls for that trail.

Included in this are a number of Wem businesses, plus Shropshire Wildlife Trust who have a stall showing what they do – other stalls there including homemade bird boxes, homemade children's books, plus accessories such as art work and hats.

There will be a raffle with tickets sold at Wem Town Hall on market day – the profits will fund activities and projects around Wem.

Raffle prizes include food hampers, generously donated by Mid Counties Co-op in Wem, and it will be drawn at the of market around 1pm.

The Civic Society will also have a 'Wem Trail Quiz' which is available from their stall and the information point at the Baptist Church.

The market is organised by Wem Combine Harvesters which is a mixture of Incredible Edible, Civic Society and Wem & District Garden Club.