February Farmers’ Market – Saturday 1st February 9:30am-1pm


Come along to our first Farmers’ Market of 2020!

Bring your knives, secateurs and blades for sharpening while you shop at Norfolk Sharp.

60 of the region’s best food and drink producers will be at Creake Abbey to supply outstanding fresh seasonal produce including meat, vegetables and fruit, cakes, tray bakes, dairy produce, artisan beer, apple juice, artisan breads, morning goods, puddings, pies, tarts (sweet and savoury), olives and prepared meals, made with the finest local ingredients.  The confirmed list of all the producers booked to attend February’s Farmers’ Market is as follows:

Main Barn 
Alburgh Lamb – Jimmy Denny’s rare breed lamb from Alburgh, Norfolk
Blackbird Cottage Handcrafted Fine Foods – Handmade terrines using Norfolk ingredients
Bonallack Home Cooked – Award winning granola, bread, ready-made foods and freezer food
Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies – Award winning Norfolk pork pies
Bread Source – fine artisan bread and morning goods (double stand)
Ethnic Fusion Indian Cooking – Award winning curries, Indian treats and take away meals
Hands-on-Preserves – Pickles, chutneys and jam
Ian Wright pork – Rare breed pork sausages, chops, roasts and bacon
Martin’s Farm – Real chickens, hung and free from growth hormones and antibiotics
Naked Greenz – Wheatgrass powder, smoothies and advice
Panther Brewery – Artisan local beer
The English Spirit Company – Artisan small batch copper pot independent distillers
The Old-Fashioned Pudding Company – Steamed puddings
Truly Rural – Home made fudge

East Barn
Bakeshack – Baked goods with an oriental twist
Brancaster Bay Shellfish – Fresh Mussels from Brancaster
Great Walsingham Barns – Pies puds and tarts
Jess Bakes – Macarons – homemade macarons
Marsh Pig Charcuterie – Quality British Charcuterie; salami, chorizo, lomo, bresaola, coppa & jerky
Norton’s Dairy – Milk, butter and cream plus specialist cheese
OliveOlive – Olive oil from Greece, fresh halloumi
Sandringham Apple Juice – Apple juices
Time for Tea – Whole cakes, slices and tray bakes

Tin Barn
Black Cat Coffee – Award winning small batch coffee roasterie in the heart of rural Norfolk
Bon Produce – Authentic Moroccan couscous blends
Candi’s Chutneys – Outstanding chutneys with seasonal specials
Leigh’s Bees – Local honey, raw, mildly heat treated and comb depending on the time of year
Peppy Neds – Homemade filled doughnuts NEW!
Rita Holland – Sheepskins and accessories
So Sweet – Handmade sweets

Acropolis Foods – Olives and baklava
Bates Moor Beef Farm – Grass reared high quality local beef
Fen Farm Venison – Venison meat and freshly cooked burgers
Floppy Chicken – De-boned chickens for roasting with different stuffings – totally marvellous solutions for entertaining
Gur Beck Country Foods – Homemade scotch eggs
Jelly Cottage – Herbaceous plants, planters and gifts
Le Digestiv – Fermented vegetables including kimchi, beetroot sauerkraut, lemon and dill sauerkraut and Mexican el Curtido
Lincolnshire Poacher Cheeses – Cheeses, raw milk and whey butter
M&M Rutland – Local butcher from Melton Constable with high quality cuts of all meats
Manor Farm – Fresh vegetables and flowers
Nelson and Norfolk Tea – Luxury specialist loose teas, pyramid tea bags & gifts
Norfolk Sharp – Mobile knife sharpening service
Rosie’s Catering – Home made pies
Stile Cottage Homemade – Homemade meat and sweet pies, based near Holt
Simply Cake Co.- Gluten free and vegan cakes
St. Elvan Mead – Aged mead
The Almond Kitchen – Coated almonds, cooked with cinnamon, sugar and water until caramelised. Freshly cooked on the stall and sold warm.
The Little Blue Pupcakery – Homemade dog treats and bakes
The Norfolk Scone Company – Savoury and sweet scones baked fresh every day using gluten free flour from Letheringsett
THF Countryside – chopped wood and wooden gifts
Willie Weston’s Fish – Lobster, shell fish and wet fish

We hope to see you on Saturday 1st February!  Unfortunately Eastgate Larder, Good Taste, Tosier Chocolates, Norfolk Raider Cider and WhataHoot Gin are unable to attend February’s Farmers’ Market but will be back in March!