7th & 8th September 2024
Weymouth Peninsula

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What to see at the festival

The Festival wouldn’t be a festival without our wonderful market stallholders and exhibitors. From fabulous artisan food to local gifts and crafts, there’s something for everyone. 

Get to know exciting new businesses, as well as some familiar favourites. Last year we welcomed close to 50 stallholders from the South West and across the country. This year, look forward to local restaurants and fascinating Dorset food producers, regional ales and fine English wines, gifts and crafts, good causes and organisations committed to a sustainable future for our fishing communities, seas and oceans.

We’ll keep updating this page as all those joining us are confirmed. In the meantime, register now or follow the Festival on Facebook, Instagram or X (formerly Twitter) for all the latest news.

The Amazing Sharpener sharpens knives while maintaining the perfect angle, providing a smooth and accurate cutting blade to bring old knives back to new.

Exceptionally smooth vodka made from grass-grazed cow’s milk as the only source ingredient by Jason and Archie at their distillery in West Dorset.
A family run fishing business supplying high quality shellfish to retail and wholesale customers. as well as to the public, through The Mussel Pod, serving fresh Brancaster mussels.
Weymouth’s only Michelin listed restaurant offers a unique, sea-to-plate fine dining experience drawn from the clear waters of the Dorset coast, serving  fish and shellfish with an unequivocal local provenance.

Fresh, flavoursome churros with sweet modern twists, like peanut butter and jelly, lemon meringue pie, and orange and marmalade Jaffa Cake flavour.

Dorset-based winner of the UK Landscape Photographer of the Year, Chris takes his inspiration from the county’s hidden woodlands and spectacular seascapes.

An award-winning range of spiced and flavoured rums hand-crafted in Salcombe with a focus on high quality ingredients, full-bodied flavours, and environmental sustainability.

Dorset’s #1 face painting artists, with residencies at many of the region’s top family attractions and holiday parks, ready to add a splash of creative colour to Festival weekend.

Bold and beautiful home furnishings, kitchenware and gifts that bring the beauty of the glorious UK coast and countryside into the home. Made in Britain and ethically sourced.

High quality crab, lobster and sea bass sustainably caught in local waters by the crew of the Marauder WH22 and other day boats working out of Weymouth.

Irresistible duck and chicken wraps that are all about the taste; signature, peri-peri and southern fried, from Dorchester-based J&T Catering.

Creating private parties, corporate events and pop-up feasts across the South West with sustainably sourced ingredients cooked with colour over an open fire.

Weymouth’s Hatch on the Harbour serves fresh, honest local seafood that’s all about quality ingredients, taste and flavour. Ready to eat in or take away.
For over 240 years, Dorset’s family owned brewery and the home of our beloved Badger Beer. A local legend forever retold through the bold flavours and generations of craft that go into every pour.
Idelica creates big pan paellas and warm hearted Andalucian inspired cooking for private events, parties and public fiestas in Dorset and Hampshire. 
Long John’s has been serving traditional fish & chips since 1948. A family business with four shops across the county, in Wareham, Blandford, Wimbourne and Oakdale.
Lytchett Bay Foods is a small family business creating bespoke events from Dorset cream teas to twelve-course tasting menus, working with delicious, local, seasonal ingredients.

Hailing from London’s Portobello Road and Leather Lane Markets, Red Star create delicious, cultural fusion flavours from China, Japan and Mexico for everyone to enjoy.

The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. Powered primarily by kind donations, its search and rescue service has been saving lives for 200 years.

Mission-ready and positioned at hot spots all over the world, the modern Royal Navy is uniquely placed to eliminate threats and support humanitarian disasters by sea, land and air.

Taking her inspiration from the form and beauty of the ocean, Jules creates unique, one-off pieces of jewellery, using seaglass and recycled 925 sterling silver and gold.

Evocative small batch botanical vodka. An expertly crafted intricate blend of five hand-foraged, organic British seaweeds to create stunning depth of flavour.

The Shoal sells handcrafted ceramic marine art featuring vibrant, colourful sealife from British and Mediterranean waters, made in Sicily. 

Inspiring people to support their local Wildlife Trust through membership and a regular donation, working on behalf of Wildlife Trusts across the South West.

Dorset’s #1 cocktail bar. A national award-winning, hustling and bustling, independent cocktail bar and club in Weymouth, with amazing drinks, soul music and dancing at its heart.

Weymouth’s harbourside fishmonger, based in the historic Old Fish Market, with counters full of the freshest Dorset seafood and shellfish, landed daily on the quayside right outside the shop.

The Olive Architects produce a multi international award winning collection of extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars created with passion from family-owned olive groves in Crete.
 

A female-founded, Westcountry based speciality coffee van, driven by a determination that coffee can be so much more than a morning pick-up or a caffeine fix. 

Want to get involved?

If you’re interested in becoming a stallholder and introducing your business to our 10,000 visitors, please get in touch. We’d love to have you join us for the weekend.

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