Market This Saturday 19th February

This weekend is looking to spell rain but if you still want to get out the house then the market is the perfect place to visit! We are lucky enough to be able to house all our stalls undercover away from the weather and with the cafe area back in full swing its easy to stay warm with hot food and drinks.

This Weeks Stallholders:

  • E S Burroughs & Son – Free-range Eggs, Raw & Pasteurised Dairy
  • Bespoke bundles – Soaps & Bouquets
  • Chaat Man – Indian Food
  • Clinks Care Farm – Vegetables
  • John Huggins – Jams and Jellies
  • DJ Barnard’s – Lamb
  • Blue Fusion Pottery
  • Tini’s Fudge & Treats
  • Greenwoods – Apple Juice & Vegetables
  • Art’s Craft Kitchen – Jams & Chutneys
  • Hundred River Farm – Beef
  • Pam Bennington – Cards
  • Black Dog Apiaries – Honey
  • Melvyn & Marion – Fishmongers
  • Nick Shore – Woodturner
  • Norfolk Truffle Company
  • Margaret Reeve – Crafts
  • Tartz, Cakes and Bakes
  • Dan Neuteboon – Apples & Trees
  • Sue O’Neil Cooper – Lamps
  • Emma Donnelly – Artist
  • Sue Leech – Crafts
  • Waveney Smokehouse
  • Alderfen Marshes Wild tea
  • Richard Edwards – Jewellery
  • Samphire – Rare Breed Pork & Pastries
  • Star Wing Brewery
  • Thorne & Ivy – House Plants
  • Yew Tree Poultry
  • Chris Huntley – Recycled Wood
  • Lesley Pyke – Glass Engraver
  • Stow Fenn Brewery
  • Tara Sunday Charcuterie

This Saturday 19th February 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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