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Event Date:

From 6th January

Until 30th December


The Market Square has been home to the bustling weekly markets for hundreds of years, and today you can still stumble across this gem of a shopping experience every Friday and Saturday 9-4pm. There’s also a Sunday Food and Craft Market, held in the Market Square every third Sunday of the month from 10am to 3pm.

Meet the friendly traders, soak up the colourful sights and discover a huge array of interesting items from local honey to delicious cake; clothes, plants, antiques and lots of other wonderful gifts and treats.


For more information on market dates and timings, please contact [email protected]

Other markets in Totnes

From April to October, you’ll find the Totnes Indoor Artisan Market 9.30am-3pm in the Civic Hall (up the slope next to the Market Square).  And from May to September, step back in time with the Totnes Elizabethan Society, which holds a weekly charity market on Tuesdays with stallholders dressed in Tudor costume.

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