Although we are currently unable to trade except by Internet, it is our hope that the coronavirus crisis will end with at least some time remaining of the season, in which case we will be back on the market, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at Brixham Arts and Crafts Market.
In the mean time, however, I would like to express my admiration and my deep respect for those people risking their lives in hospitals and care homes looking after the sick.
If you are interested in angling and would like to talk to me about coaching, whether it be coarse, game or sea, then please feel free to contact me using the email address above. Alternatively you can find out more about my light tackle approach, including where to find my latest books on sea fishing, at the website for Devon Fishing Guides.
Martyn is a sculptor, writer and graphic artist living in Totnes in South Devon. He is a qualified tridiscipline angling coach and a coach educator for the Angling Trust, running courses out of Brixham Laboratory.
Writing under his middle name - Lindsey Green - he has published several books on fishing and his first two children's books, featuring Lenny the lobster.
© Copyright 2016 Martyn L. Green
Most of our mugs are based upon angling and the sea but there is also a small range of unashamedly sentimental poetry.
Mostly based upon angling and marine life graphics, these are normally printed by myself, although my early stock was sourced locally using quality cotton shirts designed specifically for the processes involved.
A wide range of pictures, including some larger ones, will be available at the stall, when it eventually gets the chance to open. There will also be a range of much smaller ones.
All graphics are Martyn's original creations, producing every element of every picture himself. Much as he regrets the necessity, please be aware that any breaches of copyright will be pursued through legal channels.
Brixham Arts & Craft Market
I would also thank all of those that have carried on with their day to day jobs, like driving, retail etc. despite the constant threat from this invisible menace. Their bravery has helped us all, as does, I am sure, that of many other unsung heroes who are keeping going through thick and thin. My hat's off to you all.