Welcome to our website & thanks for stopping by, we hope to give you a snap shot of previous markets, information for visitors and stallholders and a pre-view of our next market which will be on Saturday Dec 6th from 9am-2pm.
“A BIG BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK PART IN THE RUBY COUNTRY MARKET IN HATHERLEIGH YESTERDAY AND THERE WERE HUNDREDS OF YOU.
WE WERE SO FORTUNATE WITH THE WEATHER AND SO PLEASED TO SHARE THE LOVELY ATMOSPHERE CREATED BY THE TRADERS.
THE DAY WAS MARVELOUS AND WE ARE DELIGHTED TO SAY THAT THE DEVON AIR AMBULANCE SOLD OUT OF RAFFLE TICKETS FOR THE CAR AND COLLECTED LOTS OF MONEY. THANK-YOU”.
Saturday July 19th’s event was a Fantastic Summer Market that lived up to its reputation as showcasing “all kinds of everything”
The Food Hall was packed with delicious products from many of your regular stallholders and some new ones too!.
The Main Hall contained high quality products from talented local producers and showcase local businesses with a surprise awaiting visitors at the far end.
Outside held a vast range of colourful stalls including all kinds of everything for the Home & Garden and a good variety of tempting fast food outlets. The children played on bouncy castles, Herbie the market mascot was joined by Star,the duck. Unfortunately Shire Horses Ben & Joey were unable to join us as at the last minute one lost a shoe and had to wait for the Farrier to visit.
Visitors were able to support the local businesses, buskers & charities and just had fun!.
Both Jess & Cameron delighted Visitors & Stallholders alike with their singing are free to join us on Dec 6th, if you know anyone else who may be interested in busking please ask them to get in touch.
They were joined by Star an Indian Runner Duck and owner Barrie who together raised money for The Children’s Hospice South West and hope to return in December.
and if you have any questions or would like to join in the next event contact us here.
We are very pleased to support the Devon Air Ambulance Trust who do magnificent work in our locality and throughout the South West.
the last market.