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The Others’ Market

The Others’ market is a new alternative arts and crafts market event based in the south east of the UK.

Our third event will be in Hastings, at the wonderful and creative space tha is The Beacon. The garden will be filled with wonderful things to look at, explore and buy.
After it all you will be able to join in the fun of Hastings Bonfire night.

Past 5 the venue and bar will remain open and we will have a fire in the garden.

Featuring 15+ unusual, alternative, weird stalls full of curiosities & oddities, handmade art, unique objects and out of the box creations.

Discover a beautiful and bizarre collection of bespoke pieces, DIY fashion, occult /tarot /astrology readers, original art, drag themed objects, unusual dolls, occult trinkets, obscure prints, one of a kind creations, bric-a-brac, hand-made Jewelery, crystals, live printing and much more.

Performances from Hastings Punk choir, Asher Fynn and DJ set from Dave Reading

The Beacon will be serving all kinds of drinks to keep us hydrated, including a special limited edition cocktail and pop-up restaurant Home Ground Kitchen will be serving the most delicious food to eat.

FREE ENTRY
All welcome, including children and dogs, cats and other animals

The Others’ Market – Third edition
Saturday October 14th 2023
Market 12pm – 5pm, past 5 venue stays open for more fun
@ The Beacon, 67-68 St Mary’s Terrace, Hastings TN34 3LS

Get to the top of the West Hill on Priory Road then turn into Plynlimmon Road, which very soon veers sharply to the right. Don’t turn the corner here – the crumbly track is directly in front of you.

Vehicular access is for turning only – the Beacon has very limited parking. Please don’t park on St Mary’s Terrace; there is plenty of free parking in surrounding streets.

Any mobility issues, let us know in advance so we keep you a parking space. We don’t claim to have easy disabled access – but access is possible via a ramp at the back of the house and through the garden to another ramp leading to the bar door. (Please note, the Beacon does not have wheelchair friendly toilets.)

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