October Farmers Market

Come and visit our award winning Farmers’ Market next taking place on Saturday 6th October between 9.30am and 1pm.  You will find around  50 stands of fresh food and drink including outstanding fresh vegetables, flowers, meat of all kinds including pork, lamp, beef and poultry, cakes, tray bakes, macarons, cupcakes, dairy produce, artisan beer, apple juice, quince juice, artisan breads, morning goods, puddings, pies, tarts (sweet and savoury), olives, Provencal delights and prepared meals made with the finest local ingredients.  Current on trend highlights include scotched quails eggs (for re-heating with a perfect runny middle) and rack of lamb.

Producers usually in attendance at the Farmers’ Market include:

In the Main Barn – Ethnic Fusion Indian Cooking, The Norfolk Deli Co., Macarons & More, Narborough Trout, Olives & Stuff, The Old Fashioned Pudding Company, Bonnallack Home Cooked, Martin’s Farm, Foxley Wood Aberdeen Angus, Crush Foods, Trish Le Gal, Bray’s Cottage, Scrubby Oak Fine Foods, Ian Wright, Hands-on-Preserves, The English Spirit Distillery, Groom’s bread and local apple juice.

In the East Barn – Jimmy Denny’s Alburgh Lamb, The Chocolate Deli, Drove Orchards, Norfolk Cordial, Pye Bakery, Great Walsingham Barns pies puds and tarts and Ben Handley’s favourites plus Pointens Dairy.

In the Tin Barn – Good Taste, Bartram’s Brewery, Sweet Things Continental Style Tarts, Rita Holland Sheepskins and accessories, Donna’s Scones and the Pet Pawtisserie.

Outside – THF Countryside (wood in winter only), Glu_10_3 cakes, Royal Roots, Jelly Cottage Plants, Orchard Farm Plants, Fen Farm Venison, Peter Dickie Preserves, Mr Kew’s Pies, Thistlefield Soups, Manor Farm vegetables and flowers, West Norfolk Beekeepers Association with honey and wax (when available), Baan Thai Food, Fielding Cottage Goat’s Cheese, Sally B’s Cakes, Ocean Fresh Fish, The Velvet Bakehouse, Ninhams Cake Mixes, Pepperbellies Chillies, Laurel Farm Herbs and Algy’s Norfolk Popcorn.

See you there!