Hope you all enjoyed your Bank Holiday with lots of fun in the sun! After a busy half term its time to restock the shelves with some fresh high-quality local produce. A great big thanks to all of you who supported us at the Beccles Food & Drink Festival last weekend, we’re also proud to announce that DJ Barnard’s Lamb came 2nd in the Battle of the Bangers and to celebrate not only this achievement but also British Lamb week we will be having extra events and activities for you to join in!

We are celebrating with a selection of lambs tasters, courtesy of DJ Barnard’s, alongside wool spinning demos, a lamb naming competition and a raffle to win a prize hamper worth £30. So come down and have some fun in a rare chance to get involved with your food supply and have a chance to talk to real farmers and artisans who are passionate to share their craft with you. Just don’t forget the 25+ other stalls that will be in attendance with farm fresh, handcrafted artisan foods and wares.

This Saturday 1st June 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:

1. Lindsay Burroughs free range eggs

2. Bread Basket Bakery

3. Chaat Man – Indian Spices and Food

4. Clinks Care Farm

5. Brenda Malloy cards

6. John Huggins – Jams and jellies

7. DJ Barnard’s Lamb

8. Edge roasted coffee

9. Friends Farm Pork

10. Greenwoods Apple Juice

11. Susie Collins gluten-free baking

12. Helens Herbaceous plants

13. Hundred River Farm – Beef

14. Old Hall Farm pork/raw milk

15. Seasons Bounty – Jams/marmalades

16. Sue Rhodes leather work

17. Mary’s Little Gems Hand Crafted Jewellery

18. Melvyn & Marion the Fishmongers

19. David Bryant – artist

20. Nanna Lees Pantries Pickles & Chutneys

21. Norfolk Truffle Company

22. Spinspired wool products

23. Samphire – rare breed pork

24. Teresa Carter – Craft

25. Purple Owl

26. Waveney Smokehouse

27. Yew Tree Chicken

28. Paul Carter – Wood Carver

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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