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Festive Good Food & Craft Market in Melville

Sunday, December 11

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Christmas shoppers will have plenty of opportunities to browse for unique gifts, with three Good Food & Craft Markets set to take place at the Yard during December, offering festive food treats, and a variety of handmade arts and crafts from leading local traders and creatives – perfect for those looking for gifts with a difference.

Taking residence in its winter home at the Yard’s historic Melville Building and surrounding area. Our Christmas markets will take place on Sunday 4th, 11th and 18th December 10am – 3pm.

On Sunday 11th December we will be joined by the Kingsman Harmony Chorus for some festive cheer.

Children’s Christmas craft activities will run during the Sunday markets, offering fun for all the family, for free.

Getting here and staying here
Combine Christmas shopping with a day of relaxation – of even a festive mini-break! Visit the Yard’s vibrant array of bars and eateries, stay at the stunning Grade II listed Rooms by Bistrot Pierre, or treat yourself to a pamper during party season at Enhance Aesthetics and Wellness or YOKE.

Citybus number 34 service includes routes to the City Centre and the park-and-ride at Milehouse. The number 21 has a stop at Stonehouse that is only a short walk from Royal William Yard. 

Upcoming events

Wednesday, July 17
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Bringing together four distinct painters – Bernadette Kerrigan, Chris Martin, Daniel Pettitt, and EJ Hauser – Everything That Happens Will Happen Today explores the formal and informal ways each of them make sense of the world through paint.
Saturday, July 20
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Hettie Judah, writer and exhibition curator, shares insights from her research for her book, Acts of Creation: On Art and Motherhood which explores the joys, messes, myths and mishaps of parenting through visual culture.
Wednesday, July 24
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Take a deeper lunchtime look into ‘The Time is Always Now: Artists Reframe the Black Figure’.
Saturday, July 27
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Come and immerse yourselves in an exhibition that explores pivotal moments in Plymouth’s past and present relationship with the sea.

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