On the 1st Saturday of each month (excluding January) Creake Abbey hosts its award winning market. 55+ stall holders come with fresh local meat including rare breed pork, Aberdeen Angus beef, chickens reared with no antibiotics, fresh vegetables, fruit and flowers in season, cheeses, cakes, tarts (savoury and sweet), pies, fudge, artisan breads, pickles, rapeseed oil, vinegars, preserves, local ales, juices and plants. A number of exceptional pre-prepared dishes are on sale all made with local ingredients (and some exotic spices!).
Held in two, newly roofed old Norfolk barns and outside by the picturesque pond with music and cookery theatre demonstrations at varying times throughout the year. Each event bursts with character and life. Support for farmers and local food is of paramount importance – please come along and sample all that we have on offer.
The market opens at 9.30am and closes at 1pm. The shops and studios at Creake Abbey are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm.
In the Main Barn – Ethnic Fusion Indian Cooking, Laura’s Scrumptious Cakes, Bread Source, Olives & Stuff, The Old Fashioned Pudding Company, Bonallack Home Cooked, Martin’s Farm, Foxley Wood Aberdeen Angus, Crush Foods, Bray’s Cottage, Scrubby Oak Fine Foods, Ian Wright, Hands-on-Preserves, Alburgh Lamb.
In the East Barn – Sandringham Fruit Farm, Rhubarb and Custard, Trish Le Gal, Pye Bakery, Great Walsingham Barns pies puds and tarts, Ollie’s Pet Pawtisserie, Christabel’s Salads plus Pointens Dairy.
In the Tin Barn – Good Taste, The Ole Slewfoot Brewery, Sweet Things Continental Style Tarts, Rita Holland Sheepskins and accessories, WOWmuffins, The Fruit Pig Company and Marsh Pig Charcuterie.
Outside – THF Countryside (wood in winter only), Glu_10_3 cakes, Royal Roots, Jelly Cottage Plants, Orchard Farm Plants, Fen Farm Venison, Floppy Chicken, Mr Kew’s Pies, J&D Papworth Butchers, Thistlefield Soups, Manor Farm vegetables and flowers, Norfolk Honey, Baan Thai Food, Fielding Cottage Goat’s Cheese, Ninhams Cake Mixes, Pepperbellies Chillies, Lymn Bank Cheese and Algy’s Popcorn.