Saturday – 10.30am to 5.00pm
Sunday – 11.00am-4.00pm
Stalls in the Square
Pembrokeshire Friends of Prostate Cymru
Whilst our regular designated charity for this event won’t be available at the market this year, we’ll have some of their literature on Cross Square to highlight the amazing work they do.
EcoDewi is the sustainability group for St Davids Peninsula and is, amongst other projects, responsible for the creation & running of Erw Dewi/Dewi’s Acre – St Davids Community Garden. EcoDewi is a community organisation focused on grass-root projects that benefit the environment and our community. Want to get involved? Have a question or idea for a local project? Then pop along for a chat with volunteers from EcoDewi.
SATURDAY 24th JUNE
St Davids honey is a small honey producer born out of a passion for beekeeping and good local honey.
Our first hive was at the bottom of the garden but as the number of hives grew we started selling the surplus honey to friends and the community.
The honey we bottle is exclusively gathered from the wild flowers on the St David Peninsula and gardens of Britain’s smallest city. The mix of coastal flora and traditional forage plants makes for a delicate but tasty honey that conjurers up the coastpath on summers days.
Rustic Revolution creates unique pieces using local, organic wool, wood & recycled materials.
We are a husband and wife team (Dom & Jeni) who enjoy coming up with fun & innovative ideas combining the two materials we work with.
Quite often the natural forms of the wood & wool determines the end result which works well for us as neither of us ‘do straight lines’. We are influenced by the stunning environment of Pembrokeshire & the deep rooted myths of this magical place & sometimes just by mad stuff that comes out of our noggins that we think is funny.
Pembs Petals is a bespoke florists using seasonal and home grown cut flowers to create original and beautiful arrangements for all occasions and for all purses too.
Gill, of Pembs Petals, is not only a florist but an expert in growing and cutting flowers allowing her to make the very best of what is available to give you the very best in floral creations whatever the event. Gill also runs courses too.
The Wildflower Nursery grows a variety of British native wild flower plants. Plants are grown from locally collected seed or sourced responsibly within the UK.
We grow wildflower plants for meadows, gardens, community projects, habitat creation, wildlife gardens and urban landscapes. If you have a specific plant you’re looking for we would love to help you. The Wildflower Nursery can also grow to order and offer discounts for large purchases; please let us know in advance to ensure we deliver the best possible service.
SUNDAY 25th JUNE
Pembrokeshire Willow, run by Cassandra & Nigel Lishman, has been trading in West Wales since 2009, delivering workshops & ongoing classes in sculpture, basketry, and coppicing. We grow 23 varieties of willow in a total coppice of 2500 trees, which we hand coppice each year.
Some willow we hand strip to process into white willow, but most we dry with the bark on. All the willow we grow is used to create products such as beautiful baskets and sculptures for sale, as well as for classes. We also sell living willow for structures and cuttings for planting.
Lifeforms Art (AKA the Hughes family, Ian, Kerry, Jake, George and Ben) is from beautiful Ceredigion, West Wales. They are passionate about sharing their love for nature through art and story telling.
Their mission is to create beautiful pieces of art, for you to wear and share with others. To celebrate the amazing creatures we share this glorious planet with. To start conversations about wildlife, biodiversity, conservation and how we all play a part in the future of life on Earth.