After a subdued Bank Holiday we are more booked than ever and are delighted to welcome you to one of our fullest markets this year! With the weather looking sunny over the weekend those of you who are brave enough to break out the barbeque can shop for all the ingredients you’ll need to fill your grill this Saturday. With fresh, local beef, pork and chicken as well as a huge selection of vegetables for the perfect sides, you won’t find such high quality of food at such an affordable price anywhere else!

Keeping up with the good news Chaat Man will now be attending both markets from this Saturday and Fabulous Fungi are back this week and will be in every 3rd Saturday from now on. We are also delighted to welcome Sue Rhodes to the market with her leather work stall so make sure to visit her and check out the new wares.

This Saturday 18th May Beccles Farmers Market will be open from 9am – 1pm with a wide range of products all grown or produced within a 30mile radius!

Stallholders in attendance will include:

·       Lindsay Burroughs free range eggs

·       Bespoke Bundles Soaps & Ethical gifts

·       Bread Basket Bakery

·       Chaat Man – Indian Spices and Food

·       Clinks Care Farm

·       John Huggins – Jams and jellies

·       DJ Barnard’s Lamb

·       Edge roasted coffee

·       Friends Farm Pork

·       Greenwoods Apple Juice

·       Susie Collins gluten-free baking

·       Hundred River Farm – Beef

·       Old Hall Farm pork/raw milk

·       Sue Rhodes leather work

·       Melvyn & Marion the Fishmongers

·       Nanna Lees Pantries Pickles & Chutneys

·       Norfolk Truffle Company

·       Samphire – rare breed pork

·       Teresa Carter Craft

·       Suffolk Smokehouse

·       Tal Hare – Eastern foods

·       Waveney Smokehouse

·       Yew Tree Chicken

·       Paul Tricker – Photographer

·       Philip Evans – sketches

·       Fabulous Fungi

We have ample parking including disabled spaces – but sorry no cash machines – hot food & drink available to keep you warm – no dogs, other than guide dogs.

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