The day we went it was very, very hot.
Which was sad for the stallholders.
Hot for them setting up and also it probably kept shoppers away.
The market is held in a lovely shady spot in the grounds of the winery, so it could have been worse.
But it is a fabulously curated little market.
There is a wonderful selection of creative goodies and original art works, plus some yummy food.
Heather Joy has my fave fragrance - patchouli - so I had to have some body butter to soothe those salt affected body bits!
I also couldn't resist a totally handmade raffia hat!
Talented milliner Metta makes these and other fancy-schmantzy hats.
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I loved Skye's bright lampwork beads - tempted to do a workshop with her next year to brush up my lampworking skills.
I also met this very talented jewellery maker - Susan Arranghi.
She does gorgeous beadwork as well as really imaginative things with polymer clay.
The markets are held on the 4th Sunday of the month so the next one will be on the 28th December - too late for Christmas shopping but worth a look - and hopefully it won't be as hot!