Farmers’ Market this Saturday, 4th March from 9.30am to 1pm

Join us this Saturday for the March Farmers’ Market 9.30am to 1pm

To see the full line up of producers please visit

Producer spotlight:

We are delighted to welcome Taste Collectiv to our Farmers’ Market, bringing authentic sauces and marinades using real ingredients.

They love to travel and when they get home they recreate great flavours without substitutes or compromise.  Discover Chermoula, Harissa, Pesto, Piri Piri and Romesco plus recipes at Also available in the Food Hall from 4th March.

Creake Abbey Food Hall

We are delighted to report that our new partnership with E H Prior & Sons of Dersingham is going well! The range of fresh meat on offer is outstanding together with excellent meal solutions including chicken or duck parcels with stuffing, hamburgers, buffalo burgers, a great range of sausages made with natural ingredients and the usual cuts including rib of beef, rack of lamb, joints of pork and much more.

Pop in and have a look! Local feedback has been great!

Creake Abbey’s Courtyard Shops

Opening times vary so please check the website for individual shop opening information.  The Café & Food Hall, Christopher William Country and Six Appleyard open as usual all year round.  All shops and services will be open for the Farmers’ Market.  Contact info for each shop or service can be found here

New exhibition – The Momenta Collection by artist Katie Hargreaves at the Creake Abbey Café

Katie is a young artist, based in Downham Market and Liverpool. She has exhibited work previously at The Game Fair 2016; The Sandringham Game and Country Fair 2016; The Beretta Gallery, London; and The House of Bruar, Perthshire.

Katie is extremely proud to present her new collection of local wildlife and sporting art in her home county. She is passionate about wildlife and her trademark white background is used to invite a glorification of the subject and to instill absolute focus onto the living image.

In this exhibition, she has worked in the mediums of charcoal and chalk to create visually striking animals. Using her hands and a drybrush, the charcoal is applied to the paper to create stylistic black and white pictures.