A fruit farmers market is set to get off with a crunch this weekend.
The market, which is to be held in Stafford's Market Square tomorrow, marks National Apple Day.
Visitors will be able to chose from a wide-range of apple based treats including locallygrown British apples, ciders, cakes and pies.
Sebastian Pearce, of Stafford Borough Council, said: "Farmers markets are busy and bustling and make shopping an enjoyable experience as well as offering the opportunity to meet the producers of the food you eat.
"A range of locally-grown apples and other produce using apples will be available at this market and it is the ideal way for people to celebrate Apple Day."
Also the first of 12 farmers markets to be held in Wolverhampton, will take place today in the Market Square.
Market traders will be selling a variety of locally-grown goods alongside the cities indoor, outdoor and antiques markets on the first Friday of each month.
Councillor Andrew Johnson, cabinet member for environmental services, said: "The markets represent the latest development in our series of themed and speciality markets that aim to bring extra attractions to the city. They will complement the council's existing markets."