Ruby Country Market’s summer date offers the best of the West Country from paintings to produce. 200 stalls bring together artisans, traders, and growers giving attendees a chance to browse the community’s premium wares. A donation from all parking fees will be made to Devon Air Ambulance Trust.
The Ruby Country Market was established in 2012 to provide an enticing venue where the local economy could blossom. A day at this Market isn’t just a unique shopping opportunity, but attractions are also a staple of this event. Market Mascot Herbie, a 5 year old rescue Golden Gurnsey Goat wanders the market dressed for the occasion in his colourful BUG coat accompanied by his owner Marion White. The best local talent is also present, as Cameron Mills, a 15 year old Devon-based singer, dabbles in new hits and old favourites to give market attendees a delightful musical atmosphere to walk around in.
Caroline Creer, Director of Fundraising at Devon Air Ambulance Trust, says, “We are grateful that one of the largest traditional markets in the South West has chosen to promote the Charity in their event. The organisers understand the interdependent relationship the Charity has with the community and we thank them for their support. We encourage everyone to enjoy a day at the Market browsing the superb local crafts.” Devon Air Ambulance Trust will be present with a stand, and will have Grand Summer Draw Tickets available. Tickets are £1 for a chance to win a brand new Mazda 2 supported by Vospers.
The summer date of the Ruby Country Market is Saturday 19 July from 9am to 2pm and is held at Hatherleigh Market Site. For more information visit: www.rubycountrymarket.co.uk