The weather cooperated yesterday and so with that we had another well-attended Sunday market and a good turn up for the accompanying lunchtime music at Jazz On The Hill in support of the market and the Herne Hill Music Festival. It was another great collaborative effort between market traders, square sellers, and local music. A speaker outside got music to traders and shoppers alike ... we even spotted Annie Crisp, who runs Handmade Mosaic Crystals, dancing around her stall to the wafting sounds of the Ingham Swing Ensemble (see photo in album below)! And not long after BBC's White Van Man star Joey Fry (Darren) dropped by for an organic burger and a couple of tunes - he's just moved back to the area! Alan Taylor, director of the Herne Hill Music Festival, was on hand outside at the festival stall, and then inside introducing the band and promoting the festival. Wonderful to see Tony, who runs Jazz On The Hill, and Elaine, who is the square's Flower Lady, come in at the end and take the stage to announce intent to carry on with Sunday lunchtime music for as long as possible! Hopefully another session this coming Sunday October 14th.