Craftsmans Market (Cirencester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... this case it is accessible for all. If you are looking for different gifts for special occassions or for Christmas this is the place to go. To list a few of the things you can buy there and it is all new, well made things like Handmade Rose Jewellery, Pottery, wooden items, flower craft, silver, gold, procelain, oak furniture, painter and photographer, silk, stained glass and mirrors. That is just a few. If you are looking for a local painting there are so many here and some of the paintings really make you believe you are actually there in the scene. Have you ever heard of a backward clock? This is a clock where the hands go anti cloc... more
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by - written on 20/09/01, updated on 20/09/01 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month in the Cornhall in Cirencester (opposite the Church in the town) there is a craftesman market. It started in 1975 to provide an opportunity for people to buy or commission high quality handmade goods direct from the craftsmen. This place is brilliant for both the buyer and seller. It is held in a large hall so even in the winter you can keep dry. It is well set out with tables down both sides and in a circle in the middle. Cirencester has a lousy reputation for being wheelchair friendly, or rather not, but in this case it is accessible for all. If you are looking for different ... Read the complete review
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