Weekly Thursday Craft Market at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust’s 16th Century Church House, TQ13 7TA. A
Weekly Thursday Craft Market at Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor, in the National Trust’s 16th Century Church House, TQ13 7TA. A variety of hand-made products all created by the Devon crafters exhibiting. A typical range would include: pottery, classical film photography (analogue) of Dartmoor, engraved glass, iron work, honey and bee products, hand felted mice, art cards, hand-made notebooks, handmade soaps, wood turning, felted artwork, bird boxes, knit wear, pressed flowers set in soldered glass, books from the Widecombe History Group, and special jewellery.
There is also a produce market on the fourth Saturday of the month in the same venue.
There is plenty more to see in this quaint Dartmoor Village see www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com
Some of the highlights include: fantastic panoramic views of the village and surrounding moor, scenic walks, challenging on and off road cycling, horse riding, two pubs, large car park with public conveniences, a cafe, the ‘Cathedral in the Moor’, (a wonderful 16th Century Church), B & B’s, The Smithy Pottery, gift shops, Widecombe Stores and craft shop, home of Uncle Tom Cobley’s Widecombe Fair.
There is no market on the Thursday 2nd June due to the Queen’s Jubilee.