The South Coast Makers Market is to return this Saturday following their first social distanced market last month.

Bournemouth's independent market showcases the work of 30 Dorset based businesses each month, including Bad Hand Coffee, Barefaced Brewing, and Smith and Weston.

Following their first socially distanced market happening on Saturday August 1, the founders of the South Coast Makers Market have booked in four more markets on the first Saturday of every month leading up to Christmas.

Founder Jo Foy said: “We celebrate the work of local entrepreneur's, with locally roasted coffee served by Bad Hand Coffee, locally brewed beer served by Barefaced Brewing, loose leaf tea by Craft Tea Collective, handcrafted gin by Smith and Weston, a wide range of food each month including wood fired pizzas, flame grilled burgers, vegan treats and fresh bread by Bakehouse24.

“Each curated market has the work of 25 artists and makers on show.”

Their next market returns on Saturday September 5, with other markets on Saturday October 3, Saturday November 7, and Saturday December 5.

The monthly market is located at The Loading Dock in Bournemouth, which is behind The Avenue. Tickets are £1 with entry in timed slots