Market This Saturday 19th September

The summer is almost over but the years bounty has just begun. This time of year would normally be filled with harvest celebrations but as the tractors begin to cut the fields its clear that Covid-19 has not stopped our hardworking stallholders from continuing to provide you with high quality, local produce. We will still be running this weekend with continued safety practices in place to help ensure we operate in a way that is safe to all. We are also delighted to announce that we will be having two new stalls joining us so please make sure to have a look and lend them your support. The first of the stalls will be Pam Bennington who is selling hand made cards for a wide range of occasions. The second stall is SAAF Bees who is part of our local beekeeping community and will be attending to sell fresh, local honey as well as to promote local beekeeping and provide a valuable source of information on this remarkable creature. As well as the new we are happy to welcome back the old and would like to announce the return of Dan Neuteboon who will once again be providing us with fresh apples and pears as well as some products relating to them like juice and trees.

This weeks stallholders:

  • E S Burroughs – Dairy & free range eggs
  • Bespoke bundles – soaps & bouquets
  • Chaat Man – Indian food
  • Clinks Care Farm – vegetables
  • John Huggins – Jams and jellies
  • SAAF Bees – honey
  • DJ Barnard – Lamb
  • Devilishly Good Treats – cakes
  • Greenwoods – apple juice & vegetables
  • Le Digestif- kimchi & saurkret
  • Helens Herbaceous – plants
  • Hundred River Farm – Beef
  • Pam Bennington -cards
  • Mary Naunton – jewellery
  • Melvyn & Marion -fish
  • Nanna Lees Pantries – pickles & chutneys
  • Nick Shore – Woodturner
  • Opa Hay Brewery
  • Tartz,cakes and bakes
  • Dan Neuteboon – apples and trees
  • Teresa Carter – craft
  • Dingley Dell Charcuterie – cured meats
  • Eastwood Charcoal
  • Waveney Smokehouse
  • Yew tree poultry
  • Karen Glimmer lights
  • Samphire – rare breed pork

Restrictions still in place for this weeks market:

  • No entry before 9am
  • One way system – entry only through front door
  • Limited stallholders
  • If it gets too busy we will enforce staggered entry so you may need to queue (at a safe distance)
  • There will be volunteers in UV jackets to help with any queries and issues on site

If you have any questions or concerns please message us on our Facebook page so we can respond.

This Saturday 19th September Beccles Farmers Market will be open from 9am – 1pm with products all grown or produced within a 30 mile radius! We have ample parking including disabled spaces – but sorry no cash machines – and no dogs, other than guide dogs.

The next market will be Saurday 3rd October – and we hope to see you there too!

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