Stallholders

Please bear in mind that  the list of stallholders is subject to regular changes and cancellations at short notice. Therefore we can not guarantee that everyone listed will be present at all markets – If you have a specific question or notice any errors then we’d love to hear from you. 

When we say local we mean it. Our producers and stallholders are from within a 50mile of the market – our closest are Hundred River Beef who are under 1 mile away. The majority of our stallholders are fresh produce or food. If you are a local producer or artisan, please get in-touch for more details.

You may be wondering who will you find at the market…? 

Beneath the Bark – Wood Turner/Carving

Bespoke Bundles – Home-made Soaps & Ethical gifts

Bread Basket – Bakery

Chaat Man – Indian Spices and Food (Facebook)

Clinks Care Farm – Vegetables (Facebook)

Brenda Malloy Cards – attends 1st market each month

John Huggins – Jams and Jelly’s

DJ Barnard’s – Lamb/Pork/Beef (Facebook)

Melvyn & Marion – Fishmonger

Mary’s Little Gems  – Hand Crafted Jewellery (Facebook)

Greenwoods – Apple Juice

Hundred River Farm – Beef (Facebook)

Edge Roasted Coffee (Facebook)

David Bryant – Artist

Helens Herbaceous Plants

Jenny Baker – Plants & Flowers

Made with Love – Flapjacks and Brownies

Old Hall Farm – Raw milk and milk fed pork (Facebook)

Tartzcakes and bakes (Facebook)

Burroughs Family – Free-range Eggs

Nanna Lees Pantry – Pickles & Chutneys (Facebook)

Opa Hay Brewery – Ale (Facebook) – Only attends 2nd market each month

Samphire – Rare-breed Pork, Pies & Pastries (Facebook)

Seasons Bounty – Marmalade/Preserves (Facebook)

Suffolk Smokehouse – Pâté & Cheese (Facebook)

Norfolk Truffle Company – Truffles (Facebook)

Waveney Valley Smokehouse – Smoked fish & cheese (Facebook)

Yew Tree – Chicken (Facebook)

Suffolk Goats Cheese – Goats Cheese

Friends Farm – Pork

Purple Owl Crafts

Teresa Carter Craft

Tabboule Tal – Eastern Foods

Seasonal Stallholders

Mortons – Strawberries (June – August)

Real English Fruit – Apples (Sept – March)

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