Totnes Night Market

Late Night Christmas Shopping at Totnes

Unfortunately, this year the new organisers have not provided a list of traders attending the market. The following list includes only those traders who we know they will be attending the market

List of Market Square Traders 2019

Amber Garden

Stallholder:  Izabella Carroll
Huge range of Baltic amber, semi-precious stone and silver jewellery, unique necklaces, Russian boxes, scarves, flower cards etc.

Athenian Olive

Stallholder: Mike Vourdas
Amazing Olive Wood chopping boards and kitchen utensils,  natural sea sponges, locally handmade enamel  jewellery by Sarah.
www.athenianolive.co.uk

Cheezeboard

Stallholder:  Melanie Brown
Finest Westcounty cheese

Cherry Tree

Stallholder:  Uli Brownbeck
Locally produced award winning chutneys and preserves for you to indulge in and enjoy.and alcoholic drinks
www.cherrytreepreserves.co.uk 
www.monarchliqueurs.co.uk

Hot Body

Stallholder:  Mitch Levontine
Clothing

Jaom Jewellery

Stallholder:  Jane Kennedy and Omar Trepat
Jewellery

Vegi Deli

Stallholder: Anna Hunt
A great selection of hot and cold vegetarian savouries

Wild-Devine

Stallholder: Kate Hatchett
Sheepskins and throws

Paul Carpenter

Stallholder: Paul Carpenter
Sheepskins

Awesome Brownies

Stallholder: Lynne Bull
Brownies

Munner Bhat

Stallholder: Munner Bhat
Indian Textiles

Marion's Deli

Stallholder: Marion Pyne
German sausages
www.marionsdeli.com

Truly Thai

Stallholder: Martin Clay
Thai Food
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
totnes christmas late night shopping market
Photo courtesy of Julian Fraser www.southdevonphotographic.com
totnes christmas late night shopping market
Photo courtesy of Julian Fraser www.southdevonphotographic.com