All manner of things are for sale.
There is a great atmosphere, with live music and delicious local food to buy.
Buns for dogs!
And cakes for humans.
There was bric-a-brac for sale in the market place.
Now I'm home I've remembered that I'm in need of some replacement marbles for my Chinese chequer board. (See what I bought on Miss Cellany.)
Shops were open on St Catherine's Hill
where the traders had small pitches, selling from a suitcase.
We had only meant to stay for the morning but there was so much to see and so many interesting people to talk to that we stayed for lunch and went to our favourite cafe. We always get a warm welcome, a good cup of coffee and a tasty choice of food at the Stardust Cafe.
I tucked into a hot squash and cheese tart with mixed salad.
Back out on the street
ooh, the temptation! These cakes were a work of art!
I had to buy one! (It's important to fund the arts!)
I put it on a china plate when we got home because it definitely deserved proper treatment; a gold-patterned plate to match the gold-painted pastry!
Every bit was edible - and delicious!