15th March 2020 – Cancelled
For those of you who had this weekends event in your diaries, It is with much regret that the decision has been taken to postpone the Early Spring Market event at Sunninghill School this coming Sunday (15 March) following the news yesterday about new cases of Coronavirus in the Dorset area the organisers have consulted with the venue and decided to take the precautionary measure to postpone the event to Sunday 4 October and will become an Autumn Market event, at Sunninghill School from 10am – 4pm – put the date in your diaries! UPDATE: THE 4TH OCTOBER HAS NOW ALSO BEEN CANCELLED.
10am to 4pm – FREE ENTRY
Come along to the Early Spring Market event at Sunninghill School in Dorchester, on Sunday 15th March 2020. This is their first event there and I am very much looking forward to it!
Enjoy a wonderful shopping experience in the beautiful surroundings of Sunninghill in the centre of Dorchester, with the chance to meet some of Dorset’s most talented artisan artists, crafters and food producers – a great opportunity to shop for Easter gifts and things!
Sunninghill Prep School, South Court, South Walks, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1EB
Please do share this event with your friends and family
So many wonderful stallholders already confirmed selling an array of handcrafted items including jewellery, textiles, ceramics, candles, soaps and skincare, stationery and greeting cards, art, leather and homewares, with more to be announced in the coming months. Stay tuned for a full list of sellers, to be posted soon on the organisers Facebook Event page.
We will also have a selection of food and drinks vendors on site if you’d like to enjoy a coffee or grab a bite to eat whilst you take a little break from browsing! Free entry!
Sunninghill is located in the centre of Dorchester with some on-site parking and further plentiful town centre parking located just across the road. Town centre parking is free of charge on Sundays.
I’m fairly busy in 2020 with events so keep an eye on what I am up to on my events page.
You can always come to see my work at The Cygnet Gallery in Shaftesbury where I have a permanent and often changing display of my paintings and sculptures.
Any questions just ask.
Bye for now,