- The Mart, Haddington Road, East Linton, East Lothian
- Last Sunday of each month
- Next Markets
- No future dates
- Village Green Makers Market
- The area in front of the outside stalls has ground cover of gravel. There is a path way along one side. Disabled toilet is available. Disabled parking available. Baby change facilities available.
- Free parking in the car park at The Mart. We are in a residential area so please be considerate of our neighbours. There is a network of regular buses, with the bus stop right outside the venue if you prefer to take public transport.
- Wheelchair Accessible Toilets Both Indoor and Outdoor Seating Available Dog Friendly Free Entry
- Markets Near
- East Lothian
- Markets in
- East Lothian , Scotland
*MARKET CANCELLED 29 OCTOBER*
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning, so for the safety of our stallholders and visitors, we've made the decision to cancel the market at The Mart on Sunday 29th October.
This is the first time we've had to cancel an event, and it feels horrible to make this call, especially when you know just how hard the makers work to prepare for these events.
We will return to The Mart in East Linton on Sunday 26 November - looking forward to seeing you all then.
Join us at Village Green Makers Market, happening on the last Sunday of every month.
We're proud to showcase a diverse range of talented independent makers and creative businesses from East Lothian and beyond. From natural soap and candle makers to ceramic artists, textile designers, botanical skincare creators, woodworkers, and jewellery artisans, our market offers a curated selection of unique pieces for you to explore.
We strongly believe in the value of handcrafted items that bring joy to everyday life. Our makers create beautiful products that are to be cherished and enjoyed for years to come.
We invite you to visit Village Green Makers Market at The Mart and discover these exceptional pieces for yourself.
Admission is free, and there is free parking on site for visitors. Well-behaved dogs are welcome but they must be kept on a lead.