Hazel Curtis - Holistic Therapist. . .   

making time to unwind.

East Dean Market is open in the outside areas only for essential items while National Covid-19 Restrictions are in place. Please get in touch for Weleda orders or information. 
We are continuing to work with Tree sisters and I'm still donating to plant a tree for each product sold during March 2021. 

Remember I'm only in Polegate so can deliver to you if you're local or offer free deliver with all orders of £30 or more.      


                





Happy to be part of this new scheme. Please bring your used Weleda Soft Touch Plastic tubes to me for recycling - thank you.  

Saving Penguins, not the chocolate type!

East Dean Village Market - Every Wednesday morning

Our wonderful Market is now reduced to essential goods and only the outside area is in use. Of course the necessary social distancing measures are in place. 

Please check East Dean Village Market face book page for times and details.                       February 2021



East Dean & Friston Village Hall, Village Green Lane, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 0DJ.

Featuring a wide variety of stalls both inside and out plus a cafe serving tea and coffee along with home baked cakes and savoury items.  Well worth a visit, oh and there's plenty of free parking.
My market slots are alternate weeks, as soon as trading returns to the Village Hall I'll let you know. It would be great to meet you. Please get in touch to double check I'm due to trade if you are making a special trip - Thank You.

If there is anything in particular you are interested in please do give me a call as the Weleda range is vast it's impossible to bring everything along with me.  You are very welcome to collect your personal copy of our beautifully illustrated brochure and any samples which may be of interest to you. Sometimes I may have date sensitive items at a reduced cost so it's always worth visiting.
If by chance I am not with my stall, look behind and slightly to the left you will probably see me buying Weston's Fudge  . . .