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Weather in Watchet

Watchet's Summer Market

EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 2ND MAY 2018 TO 26TH SEPTEMBER 2018

St. Decumans Church

There has been a market in Watchet since the 13th century and this tradition continues today with the lively and colourful Watchet Summer Market. Every Wednesday, from May to September, brightly-coloured gazebos are erected on The Esplanade, overlooking the harbour and marina, and traders arrive to offer the best of local produce and craft.

The season kicks off in full swing on WEDNESDAY 2 MAY 2018 and continues every Wednesday up to, and including, WEDNESDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 2018

STALLS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE 2018 SEASON

As in 2017, stalls for single weeks may be reserved by local community groups to raise funds or awareness of their work benefiting the Watchet community, so contact us to book a date.

The main 2018 season runs from 2nd May to 26th September, with stalls trading from 9.30am to 3.30pm. 2017 was a very successful market season, with stalls offering fruit and veg, cheeses and chutneys, bakery goods, cakes and chocolate, garden plants, books, local art and crafts, gifts, antiques and curios, and fresh fish. We hope to make 2018 even better.

For the Market Policy, please Click Here. For the Registration Form, please Click Here. For the Booking Form, please Click Here.

For more information please email clericalofficer@watchettowncouncil.org or ring 01984 633344

Featured Stallholders

Ian Woollard - Flaxpool Nursery

Ian Wollard

A Watchet Market regular for many years, Ian is shown here with a selection of Christmas wreaths, on sale at the Watchet Christmas Market in December 2014.

His regular fare is garden plants and shrubs locally grown at the nursery, near Crowcombe.

Ian always has a good selection and is happy to advise on suitable plants for a particular garden position.

Emma Duke – Driftwood Art and Design

Emma Duke

Emma has been one of our most regular traders since 2014. Emma walks the Somerset and Devon coastlines to source naturally sculpted driftwood, which she assembles into a variety of products from large studio art pieces to a range of household and gift items such as candle holders, hook boards and mirrors.

www.emmaduke.co.uk