Brixham Pannier Market has reopened to the public. The market is located in Scala Hall, in Brixham’s central iconic Town Hall. Currently open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 9.30am and 4pm.
Scala Hall is just steps away from Brixham’s bus terminal, and the main public car-park. Entry is accessible to all, including wheelchair and mobility scooter users.
You’ll find a wealth of local businesses and community stalls, selling beautiful, unique, handcrafted gifts, paintings, jewellery, cards, and souvenirs. In addition, we have stalls selling fantastic home-ware, pet food and supplies, and some delicious home-baked cakes.
They also have a great second-hand bookstall, with a constantly changing selection of paperbacks and hardbacks, perfect for that holiday read, with all money going to support the town’s theatre company, The South Devon Players.
To top it all, there is a fabulous café (currently takeaway) with a range of hot and cold drinks, hot bacon rolls and gorgeous cheese scones, all home-baked and freshly made.
Shaun Kennard, the market manager, and all the stall holders, can’t wait to see you all again.
Safe and welcoming
Shaun told the Devon Week: “We’ve worked hard to create a safe and welcoming shopping experience for you, so why not add to your day out in Brixham by popping in to see us, and picking up something local and unique, at fantastic prices. You’ll be supporting local artists, businesses and community groups too, as we all try to get back to normal.
“You’ll find a large, airy space in the market hall, with one way systems, lots of hand gel, screens, and contactless payment, to keep everyone safe. Don’t forget your face masks too!”
If you want to know more, or if you are a stallholder interested in selling at Brixham Pannier Market, get in touch with the market manager, Shaun by emailing email@example.com .
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