Entry to the market is free and it runs from 10am-3pm, with a wide variety of stalls to browse, street food and music to enjoy. The first Barum Brocante was a huge success and it has returned at the request of the market management. It will be an opportunity to purchase some rare and unusual Christmas gifts. There will be dealers specialising in quirky Kitchenalia, vintage items from France, fabrics, posh porcelain, collectable toy vehicles, coins and militaria as well as silver and jewellery. There will be an Artisan Quarter with a wide range of work from artists and makers. Plus there will be a Food Village with street food vendors from around the world, including a specialist donut maker, spicy foods, South African and German cakes. Brocante means secondhand trade in French and another feature of the market will be shabby chic, upcycled or salvage items, with dealers from around the West Country. You can find out more on the Barum Brocante Facebook page.