The Wincanton Town Festival mARkeT


The Wincanton Town Festival mARkeT aims to be more than just a market. It aims to be a full body experience!

The Wincanton Town Festival Market will be running from 12pm – 9pm on Saturday 26th June, at 7 High Street, Wincanton, BA9 9JN, at the Greening The Earth Gallery, formerly Clementinas. 

Wincanton Town Festival

This one-off event is set in and around the grounds of a truly captivating 17th century manor house located in the centre of Wincanton. This historic venue will play host to a wide variety of ‘experiences’ that are sure to stimulate all the senses!  Artists from all disciplines will play, display, demonstrate and sell their special talents in and around this unique and picturesque setting. In the walled garden and lower orchard, families will be invited to take part in woodland crafts, forager walks, learn about no dig gardening, or simply to pet the goats.

The BearCat Collective will be hosting a wide variety of musical performances by talented local musicians.

There will also be a selection of food and drink stalls selling their tasty wares. These include stone baked pizza, crepes, candy floss and delicious cream teas and cakes. Aromatic espresso coffee powered by the sun is another unique taste not to be missed!  Alternatively, people are welcome to bring their own picnic to eat on the beautiful walled garden lawns. 

This innovative event runs later in the evening than traditional markets from 12pm – 9pm.

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