Whitstable Harbour Village

The Harbour Traders 2014

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.

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Harbour Smith

Local artisan and silversmith Steve, with fabulous designs
email: sjrdesign@aol.com

Kites and Things

Kites, shells, windsocks, crab-lines and puzzles from this traditional Whitstable retailer also located in Oxford Street.
Website

Bumbles Sweets

Pearl Harbour

Artisan Jo with her unique hand-made pearl jewellery inspired by the Whitstable Oyster.
Email

South Quay Coffee

Fine gourmet coffee on the quayside with some cool tunes from Phil and his team
Website

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SALT DOGS

The guys at SALT restaurant in Palace Street , Canterbury with gourmet sausages using locally sourced meat.
Website

Bumbles Sweet Shop

Traditional sweety shop with wonderful hand-made chocolategifts and seaside confectionary
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JOLI

Stylish lady’s fashion, jewellery and accessories from Darren and Tracey
Website

5th Avenue

Stylish men's fashion from Palace Street, Canterbury,

Old Oak Hut

Whitstable Native

Funky and super cool Whitstable designer T -shirts in a tin can from two native brothers, Simon and Paul.
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Barry Feldman Furniture

The original award winning furniture designer is an occasional guest trader.
Website

Michael Richardson Fine Art

Original oils and watercolours as selected by the Royal Academy of Arts.
Website

Cafe Quayside

The Greek Delicatessen

Delicious Greek olives and treats from Stephan

The Spice Hut

Delicious curries and snacks from Frances.

Michael Richardson Fine Art

Gourmet Fishcakes

Home made and irresistible fishcakes to eat on the quayside or take home and gourmet burgers from lovely Claire.

Café Quayside

Haute cuisine and top class hospitality in the food quarter from Sarah and Colin.
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Juanita Newton

Local paintings and arty gifts influenced by the Kentish seaside

Nina Harris

Original artwork with a distinctive seaside feel from professional local artist and illustrator Nina.
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Little Bead Hut

Hot Rockin' Belle

Flamboyant rockabilly retro fashion from local entrepreneur Laura.
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Old Oak Hut

Antiques, reclaimed furniture and curiosities sourced from the local area from Keith and Alison

Baroque Designs

Bespoke sculpture, paintings and those wonderfully surreal Dali clocks.
Website

Yankee Doodle

Lots of whacky and wonderful puppets, candy and kid's gifts from Pauline and Bill.
email: paulinevw@aol.com

Could this be you?

We are always looking for Kentish artists, artists and food producers to join the Village. It could be your fist step into the big time like many others before you..

Malcolm's Melodic Memorabilia

The al fresco affair on the quayside with Covent Garden influences. Website

La Mer

Stunning photograpy and driftwood art inspired by the Kentish coast.
Website

Kites and Things

Daisy's Dog Deli

Hand baked gourmet doggy treats and accessories.
Website

Romney Marsh Art and Craft Gallery

Award winning ceramic art influenced by Latin America
Website

Floral Imagination

Mitchell Original Art

Local artists David and Mandy exhibit their latest work.
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Beaney's Markets

Local summer fruits and produce from the family orchards

Handbags Galore

The finest seaside emporium of handbags from Abigail and Sue

Vilage People

Kimmi's Makes

Handmade & hand quilted cushions bags and gifts from Kim.
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KT Candles

Really wonderful hand poured candles and gifts with a seaside twist.
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The Hats and Sunglasses Hut

It’s all in the name really

Lili

Handmade art, crafts, cards and jewellery from Liliana

South Quay Coffee

Open rain or shine on the front row and the obvious place to meet friends and enjoy a great coffee or a freshly squeezwd juice.