Autumn is in full swing and as the season turns it brings about a huge variety in colour both in the trees and on our tables. From the crisp and flavourful apples fresh from the orchard, to the rich and earthy vegetables from beneath the soil there is a wide range of foods which can be found throughout the market this weekend. With beef, pork, chicken and fish, there really is something for everyone which is available to you in a way that is good for you, your local economy and the environment.

As an extra treat come along to take part in our ‘Battle of the Bangers’ competition this Saturday. With 6 stalls competing, this year is holding plenty of promise in the amazing variety of flavours . The competitors and their entrys will be listed below, so please make sure to check out their names and make sure to come along to try them out and possibly take some home with you.

  • Barnards – Merguez Spicy Beef and Pork
  • Friends Farm – Traditional Pork
  • Hundred River Beef – Beef and Horseradish
  • Old Hall Farm – Pork and Apple
  • Samphire – Free Range Rare Breed Classic Lincolnshire
  • Yew Tree Poultry – Chicken and Sage

For the month of November our market is happy to welcome some special guests, Guide Dogs for the Blind will be attending and selling Christmas cards and calender’s to help raise money for their charity. Now that Christmas is on the way many stalls are starting to take your orders so please make sure to enquire with the stall holders about how to order, theres nothing better than fresh local produce for a Christmas dinner.

This Weeks Stallholders:

  • Lindsay Burroughs – free range eggs
  • Bespoke bundles – soaps and bouquets
  • Bread Basket Bakery
  • Clinks Care Farm – vegetables
  • Brenda Malloy – hand made cards
  • John Huggins – Jams and jellies
  • DJ Barnard’s Lamb
  • Chrystal Buck Elegant Fancies – craft
  • Friends Farm – pork
  • Greenwoods – vegetables & apple juice
  • Helens Herbaceous – plants
  • Hundred River Farm – beef
  • Old Hall Farm – pork & raw milk
  • Seasons Bounty – jam & marmalade
  • Sue Rhodes – leather work
  • Mary’s Little Gems Hand Crafted Jewellery
  • Melvyn & Marion – fishmongers
  • David Bryant – artist
  • Nanna Lees Pantries – pickles & chutneys
  • Nick Shore – woodturner
  • Norfolk Truffle Company
  • Tartz, Cakes and Bakes
  • Dan Neuteboon – apples &trees
  • Teresa Carter – craft
  • Prickly Pair Cactus – craft
  • Purple Owl – craft
  • Waveney Smokehouse
  • Yew tree – poultry
  • Karen Carter – crafts
  • Second Chance – crafts
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind – charity crafts
  • Samphire – rare breed pork
  • Bluebell Cakes
  • Andrew Newport – logs and kindling

This Saturday 2nd November Beccles Farmers Market will be open from 9am – 1pm with a wide range of products all grown or produced within a 30 mile radius! We have ample parking including disabled spaces – but sorry no cash machines – hot and cold food & drink available – no dogs, other than guide dogs.

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