Website: Tiverton Pannier Market
Information about Tiverton Pannier Market will appear here shortly...
Pannier markets derive their name from the baskets which produce was delivered to the market in - which were called 'panniers'.
Shoppers at the Pannier Market
There's even a stall with chickens - now you can't get fresher eggs than that!
Come on Betsy we need another 5!
Left: The seal of Tiverton. There's a larger, more detailed image of the seal on the home page along with details about the imagery on the seal. Right: The clock tower at the Pannier Market. The inscription on the face reads 'TUCKER 1830 TIVERTON'. There happens to be a reference to a J.W Tucker, watch and clock maker in Fore Street, Tiverton in the Tiverton listing of Pigot's 1822 directory. Also a reference to 'Tucker, John Walter Tothill of Tiverton' on the British & Irish Clock and Watch Makers Historical Clock & Watch Research website.
Left: Exotic cheeses with even more exotic names including; Stinking Bishop, Barkham Blue and Ticklemore Goat.
Middle: Models including Hornby Railways, MatchBox and Corgi cars.
Right: Jams and preserves such as redcurrent jelly, Devon chutney and red onion marmalade.