Hello, I'm Helen and I organise our friendly little market with the help of my amazing family.
Our focus is showcasing independent makers, artisans, designers and small businesses.
We are small business owners ourselves with years of experience organising and attending markets and we have created just the kind of event we love to attend ourselves - either to trade or shop - with lots of attention to detail.
We carefully curate each market to bring together some of the most talented stall holders locally and from around the UK. You will find beautifully hand crafted home wares, decorative pieces, jewellery, skincare, textiles, accessories, candles, furniture, antiques, plants and florals and so much more.
Our venue is Worsall Village Hall in North Yorkshire, a pretty location just a stone's throw from the market town of Yarm.
Our markets are the perfect way to while away a few hours with family and friends, coffee in hand as you browse, chat and hopefully find something special to take home with you.
The cherry on top is our lovely pop-up tea room offering a delicious selection of homemade cakes and hot and cold drinks - in fact I'm holding our plant based chocolate cake in the photo!
We hope you'll join us and show your support for small and local businesses - we look forward to welcoming you! Warm wishes, Helen.
All our events are dedicated to the memory of my wonderful mum Jenny; known to many of you as Rose & Wren.
Mum was always by my side at markets and she was well known within the maker and brocante community. She loved meeting people and sharing her truly beautiful and enchanting work. She was incredibly talented, warm and kind and well liked and loved by all who met and worked with her.
Mum inspired me in so many ways and was always cheering me on and supporting me. I can think of no better way to honour her spirit than to continue organising beautiful events that bring such lovely people together and spread a bit of magic, I know she'd love that and she'll always be with us in spirit. Love you always mum, Helen xx