Merchant information is currently being confirmed for Festival 2019.  
If you would like to book space on the village green for the entire event, or at Market day, please use the BOOKING FORM.

The main market will be held Easter Saturday April 20th.

If you are intending to merchant at Festival, you can fill in this google form so the website admin can update this page with your information. (We’ll pass it through to the merchant coordinator as well because we’re swell people.)

Festival 2019 will have the following permanent market stalls:

Black Squirrel Feastware: Offering food-safe pottery based on and inspired by the styles and shapes of period pottery from many different times and cultures. Check out her Patreon by clicking here.

Alexander the Potter
Specialises in the reproduction of medieval pottery including:
15th-16thC German salt Fired Stoneware Stoneware.
10th-13thC Byzantine & Persian SgraffitoPottery.
11th-15thC English & Italian Pottery.
Check out Flaming Gargoyle’s wares on Facebook by clicking here.

Elisabet’s Handspun:
All your fibre needs for spinning, weaving, naalbinding or embroidery. Wool, silk, linen, spindles, niddy noddys, nostepines, swifts, lucets, naalbinding needles, shuttles, timber and cardboard weaving tablets, viking wire work equipment and lits more.
Check out Elizabet’s handspun goods on Facebook by clicking here.


Available at the Saturday Market only are:

Lue Pottery:
High-fired domestic stoneware

The below information represents merchants who attended Festival 2018.  


Colonial Lake Books: Purveyors of fine literature in the fields of Arts & Sciences, braiding, cookery, dyeing, fibrecraft, fighting skills, garb, general reference, needlecraft, songs, spinning, and weaving. Find the catalogue online at

Elisabet & Anushka: We aim to fill all fibre craft needs: looms, spindles, lucets, shuttles, wool, fleece, silk, yarn, natural dyeing ingredients, embroidery and weaving fibres, and more.

Elvira’s Emporium: Elvira’s Emporium is back again with their range of goodies, plus some new ones! We’ll have gemstone beads, pearls, beaded jewellery, replica bronze jewellery (including an extensive range of Thor’s hammers), fabric, fans, wool leg wraps, naalbinded items, yak wool blankets, wall hangings, crafting items, leather, and more!

Emlyn’s Adornments: Emlyn’s Adornments sells affordably-priced bits and bobs to make your garb sparkle. Recycled materials, repurposed jewellery, and creative use of resources gives our customers a lovely selection (mostly late period).

Golden Griffon: Golden Griffon provides medieval snacks and food, hot meats, soups, sweet and savory tarts and pies, pickled goods, and assorted treats, from snack to meal.

Lyrebird Designs: Selling handmade chainmaille and macrame jewelry, bottle and can covers (to hide mundanity), cold drinks and fruit.

Medieval Attachments: Medieval Attachments will be returning to Festival once again as a permanent merchant. We will have reproduction jewelry including Viking tortoise brooches and Roman fibula, replica buttons, cloak clasps, lacing rings, veil pins, and more.

Merlin’s: Purveyors of fine caffeinated and non-caffeinated beverages. To help beautify the Village Green area, the Crown requests you bring your own period mug.

Pat the Weaver: Handwoven wraps, cloaks, and bags, Viking and Rus fur-trimmed hats, Viking leg wraps, Naalbound socks, Hedeby and Birka bags, handwoven and felted slippers all available for sale.

Raven Fyre Forge: Hand-forged and fabricated metal items. Goods such as candle holders, bottle openers, portable holes, tent pegs, and other items.

Sadandal: Providing gentle aroma massage to help promote relaxation and general wellness

Salty Bint Tavern: The Salty Bint Tavern will be selling beer and cider by the cup (bring your own), as well as ice (bring your own bucket), soft drink, and assorted snacks. Come and enjoy the company! License hours are 12-4 + 6-12 Wed-Fri; 12-12 Sat; 12-4 Sun. Sunday night we host the Boars Head Tavern for your entertainment!
No glass vessels are permitted in the Tavern; leave your weapons at home as well.

Shayrebel: Selling handmade leather goods, and alpaca fleece.