BURNHAM-ON-SEA Independent Market will return for its October edition this Friday.

From 9am until 1pm on October 27, the Baptist Church hall on College Street will play host to the monthly market, which has seen success since its beginnings in June earlier this year.

For those worried about bracing the cold, hot drinks will be available to purchase for just £1.

A spokesperson for the market said: "We have lots of amazing local traders including some new ones."

The full list of independent traders who will be selling their produce at the October edition of Burnham-on-Sea Independent Market is as follows:

  • Midsomer Fudge: Locally produced handmade fudge in large variety of flavours.
  • Mikes Pork: Locally reared rare bread old spot pork, handmade sausage rolls, pork pies, and English spring lamb
  • My Farmhouse Kitchen: Handmade jams, preserves, chutneys, lemon curd, marmalades, honey, and butter.
  • Times Past Cheese Dairy: Local producer of an array of cheeses including cheddar, Draycott blue, and smoked cheese.
  • Dunnies Bags: Hand crocheted bags and rucksacks.
  • Nellies Nauti Bits: Handmade cushions made from up-cycled t-shirts.
  • Loritacrafts: Hand decorated gifts, decoupage, engraving, and more.
  • Dough Bros: Handmade filled doughnuts with various fillings.
  • Nutts Scotch Eggs: Handmade scotch eggs & pies.
  • Amy's Wax Melt Cottage: Hand made wax melts, room sprays, wax burners and more.
  • Eva the Beader: Beaded bracelets.
  • Bizzy Lizzies Kitchen: Handmade cakes, brownies, bakes, and sweet treats.
  • Nut Tree Farm: Locally produced goats cheese, quiches, eggs, and fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables.
  • Oven To You: Handmade pastry tarts and sweet treats.
  • Somerset Natural Soaps: Locally made natural soaps, bath and body products, skin care range, and CBD products.
  • Somerset Orchard Farm: Fresh apple juice, home grown fruit and vegetables, home grown cut flowers, and cider.