The traders at Whitstable Harbour Village are local, talented, lovely, hard working characters, so please drop down and say hello. Whitstable harbour is a lot more interesting than Tesco.
Some have their own web sites or email details linked below but if you are looking to find someone, past or present, just email us and we will pass on their contact details to you. Many of our former traders now run succcessful shops and galleries in Whitstable, Faversham and Canterbury.
Local artisan and silversmith Steve, with fabulous designs
The meeting place in Whitstable Harbour for fine gourmet coffee from Keith.
Professional chef and instructor Ken offers a taste of Spain on the quayside..
Local artists and designer Lilly offers a wide range of self created designer gifts.
Stylish lady’s fashion, jewellery and accessories from Darren and Tracey
Fabulous original driftwood sculpture and accessories hand made with driftwood from the Kentish Coast (Hut 1),
Artisan Jo with her unique hand-made pearl jewellery inspired by the Whitstable Oyster.
Original oils and watercolours as selected by the Royal Academy of Arts.
Delicious Greek olives, feta, baclava and other treats from Stephan
Colin ofers his secret recipt curry sauces and home-made curries..
Home made and irresistible fishcakes to eat on the quayside or take home and gourmet burgers from lovely Claire.
Let Sue introduce you to the magical and mysterious wonders of Whitstable's own fairy kingdom
Original artwork with a distinctive seaside feel from professional local artist and illustrator Nina.
Flamboyant rockabilly retro fashion from local entrepreneur Laura.
Antiques, reclaimed furniture and curiosities sourced from the local area from Keith and Alison (Hut 14)
Bespoke sculpture, paintings and those wonderfully surreal Dali clocks.
Lots of whacky and wonderful puppets, candy and kid's gifts from Pauline and Bill.
Malcolm's Melodic Memorabilia
The al fresco affair on the quayside with Covent Garden influences. Website
Stunning photograpy and driftwood art inspired by the Kentish coast. Now a second hut dedicated to black and white images. Website
Kites, shells, windsocks, crab-lines and puzzles from this traditional Whitstable retailer also located in Oxford Street.
Award winning ceramic art influenced by Latin America
Local artists David and Mandy exhibit their latest work.
Local summer fruits and produce from the family orchards
The finest seaside emporium of handbags from Abigail and Sue
Handmade & hand quilted cushions, bags bunting and gifts from Kim.
It’s all in the name really (Hut 3)
Homemade cakes, pastries and freshly made sandwiches from Kathy.