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Totnes Market

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BackPacker107554 wrote a review Feb 2021
2 contributions3 helpful votes
I tried the Market today at 10ish unfortunately only one or two stallholders wearing face coverings and not many shoppers either wearing them. No awareness of social distancing from other shoppers and some stallholders. No one way system or hand sanitiser at the entrance from either end of the market. SHDC needs to put these measures in place to make it a safer shopping experience for people to feel safe.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Vic W wrote a review Dec 2020
Newton Abbot, United Kingdom30 contributions8 helpful votes
TOTNES MARKET Fridays & Saturdays- Good Social Distancing- bustling but felt safe- Fantastic Local Honeys with Devon made Honey Pots using local ash. Bought some Flora's Honey Jam and Honey Marmalade.They also had English Manuka Honey.Found locally baked croissants and had an impromptu picnic. Took home some good curries at modest prices for supper from Mark. Just a Beautiful day in a 16th Century Market Town and parking was easy!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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R Giansanti wrote a review Oct 2020
Staffordshire, United Kingdom24,846 contributions792 helpful votes
The Totnes Market is an excellent market for fresh food (bread, veg, fruit, eggs). One of the delicious dishes I ate there was called masala dosa from a vendor named Kumar. It is a vegan/gluten free dish (rice, lentil, potato in a dosa wrap). I came to this market because I saw a video about Kumar on an animal sanctuary site. He is a lovely man, very friendly and compassionate. There are many other vendors that participate in the Totnes Market. You can find all sorts, books, material, antiques, food, etc. It's not a huge market but it's worth a trip out there. I submitted this review in 2019. I went back in and it had me submit it again. I don't know if it was open all year (this year) - I hope it was. I intend on visiting again next year.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Mojoblue717 wrote a review Sep 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom2,452 contributions259 helpful votes
First time visit to this pleasant Market Town, to visit an old friend, but unfortunately, not on Market Day. Nevertheless this is a really pleasant place to spend a few hours, full of quirky shops, lovely eateries, and a number of buildings of interest. Best place to park is on Steamer Quay, by the lovely River Dart. Though not running at present, because of Covid , you can take what must be pleasant boat trips from here along the River, down to Dartmouth. The towns main thoroughfare is Fore St, which runs gradually uphill towards the Castle, which we never visited, but commands great views over the town. Enjoyed a pleasant lunch in a small but friendly Cafe,, had a drink in the notable Dartmouth Inn, and looked at the plethora of nice shops and interesting buildings on our way round. Really enjoyable day and well worth a visit, Market or no Market.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Wwick0001 wrote a review Aug 2020
Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom215 contributions178 helpful votes
Great for an amble around. The international food looks inviting and there tends to be small queues around them. The fresh breads, cheeses and fruit and veg stalks are good. Bought a footstool from the reclaimed furniture last year, and its still in good condition. The bric-a-brac at the back of the market is interesting. Dog friendly, but can be a bit crowded and busy
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Date of experience: July 2020
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