Windmill Hill Market – Saturday 3 June 2023 – Meet the Makers

Meet our brilliant Bristol Market Makers in real life!

We’re thrilled that so many of our lovely makers from our online Makers Marketplace will be joining us on Saturday 3 June at Bristol’s Windmill Hill Market.

Come and meet them, and see for yourself just how beautifully-made and inspiring their products are.

Find the perfect gift, or treat yourself!


Crock-Â-Shwt is a sustainable small batch pottery. With bold colourways and graphic imagery, Angharad creates pieces which tell a story and celebrate modern ceramic surface design. (If you’re wondering, Shwt is a village in South Wales where Angharad’s great-grandparents owned a farm!)

Nicholas Dover makes thrown functional ware in porcelain and stoneware, influenced by Japanese, Scandinavian and British mid-century designs.

Bath, Body & Soul

Handmade by Hannah, One Oil is a super-multi-tasking blend of eight organic and wild harvested botanical oils for face, body and hair. Made with 100% natural ingredients.

Handmade by Chloe, The Bristol Soap Company range includes cold pressed soaps, bath salts, lip and body balms, facial products, and gift sets and bundles. All products are natural, vegan, sustainable, and made in small batches.

B and Miles of Bohobo Aromatherapies make natural handmade aromatherapy based products and organic skincare. Ayurvedic elements and crystal infusion are added to the blends, inspired by nature, seasons and ritual.

Lisa at Wild Grove creates natural, sustainable handmade bath and body products, specialising in Merino wool felted soap with inbuilt gentle exfoliation.


Bristol based author Lucy Munday writes exciting and empowering environmental stories for children and adults, in both non-fiction and fiction.

“Maya in the Rubbish Sea” (2020) is created with illustrator Simona De Leo. Maya is a little girl and a keen swimmer. On her underwater adventures with best Finn, (a talking Parrot Fish!) she helps her marine friends with their man-made problems.

Prints & Illustrations

Becca Thorne’s playful designs are based on her love of wildlife, folklore and the natural world. Original lino prints, eco-friendly greetings cards and homeware – hand burnished with a teaspoon in a home studio in south Bristol.


Poison Oak creates ethical and slow fashion clothing inspired by adventure and the outdoors… mountain climbing, camping, surfing, wild swimming, hiking, diving. Made from organic or recycled materials – sourced responsibly and printed locally in Bristol.

And much more..!

Head on over to our Windmill Hill Market page to find out more about what’s happening down at the Farm, including:

  • Street food
  • Bruhaha Nanobrewery Tap Room
  • Children’s activities
  • Thrift Avenue Vintage & Retro
  • Live music
  • City Farm cafe, garden and animals

All the ingredients for a wonderful day out!