Christmas Indoor Market


Event Date:

10th December


Overview

Join us on 10th December for a special, indoor Christmas market at the Civic Hall, Totnes with a collection of interesting and exciting stalls selling a variety of handmade products.

Shelter from the elements and find some beautiful arts & crafts including self-published fictional books, organic Egyptian cotton baby clothing, novelty signs, handmade jewellery, bags, purses, homeware and much more – all perfect as Christmas gifts or fabulous treats.

Open to visitors from 3 – 9 pm.


Location


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Christmas Indoor Market Civic Hall
Totnes
TQ9 5SF
Christmas Indoor Market mayor@totnestowncouncil.gov.uk

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