Collett & Holder @ Montpellier Market Day

Posted on 05 July, 2015 by Collett and Holder | 0 comments

Last weekend we had our very own pop up stall in Cheltenham for the annual Montpellier Day situated (not surprisingly!) in the Montpellier area of Cheltenham. We woke up to beautiful sunshine, which for any outdoor market is essential, so our 8am arrival in Montpellier Street was much more pleasurable with no concerns of torrential rain like we've had today. There was a real buzz to the whole day, with market stalls filled with speciality food and drink stalls, handcrafted local products, hand made jewellery, beautiful artworks, blooming plants and flowers, delicious strawberries and most importantly us too!

As you can see below we filled our stall to the brim with a selection of goodies from our webstore -

   

We had a selection of Rosehip stationery which was very popular on the day, the retro prints were in much demand and I loved the mixed prints of the rolled up wrapping paper in our fab grey enamel bucket we found -


The Terrible Twins candles were popular too, with everyone loving smelling the 9 different scents to choose from, it is amazing how everyone responds so differently to scents, reminding them of things they love or of times past from their own lives -


We had our Chive vases out in force too, with pretty floral blooms filling each vase -


The day was a great success all round with a gorgeous sunny day on our side. It was lovely to meet so many new people to introduce Collett & Holder too, and allow everyone to get to know who we are and what we are all about. It was also great to meet Georgie from Cotswold Create, a Cotswold based blogger who we'd been following on Instagram for sometime, she kindly featured us in her blog post from the day too, to read the full blog post please visit Cotswold Create.

We even got a mention in the local Gloucestershire Echo newspaper, with a shot of me in my pinny! >

Collett & Holder Market Stall in Gloucestershire Echo

To see the full write up, visit Gloucestershire Echo.

Watch this space for our next pop up stall adventure!

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