Market this Saturday 18th January

The new year is in and we are back as normal from this weekend on! Thanks to everyone who helped make last year such a success and we hope to keep up the improvements in the years to follow. As our way of saying thanks we are hosting Farmhouse Breakfast again this year where you get a free english breakfast when you spend £5 or more on anyone one stall, just collect a ticket from you stall holder when you pay for your purchase. This delicious breakfast is sourced locally using market ingredients and cooked fresh on the day! We are proud to say that we value quality over quantity which means we must have a limit of one meal per person, however there is still plenty to go around! So wrap up warm and grab your bags to head over to our first market of 2020!

This week’s stallholders are:

  • Lindsay Burroughs free range eggs
  • Bespoke bundles
  • Bread Basket Bakery
  • Chaat Man Indian food
  • Clinks Care Farm
  • John Huggins – Jams and jellies
  • DJ Barnard’s Lamb
  • Friends Farm pork
  • Karen Bigman – Saurkret
  • Hundred River Farm
  • Old Hall Farm – pork/raw milk
  • Mary’s Little Gems Hand Crafted Jewellery
  • Nick Shore – Woodturner
  • Norfolk Truffle Company
  • Dan Neuteboon apples and trees
  • Suffolk Smokehouse
  • Waveney Smokehouse
  • Samphire – rare breed pork

This Saturday 18th January 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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