New year means new traders!
Taste of Sudbury 2019


It’s a new year and that means new traders and we are really excited to be welcoming a number of fantastic new stallholders to all the markets, both regular traders and guest producers.

At Lavenham in January you can meet Peta Wilson, the maker behind the incredible Bury St Biscuits who will also be joining us in Bury St Edmund’s farmers markets in February, March and April.

Simon’s Cider will be joining us at Lavenham and Bury St Edmunds in January; we love the concept behind this small business which makes traditional East Anglian Real Cider and untreated real Perry using dessert and culinary fruit from local gardens and orchards with fruit that would otherwise go to waste. Come along and meet the man behind the bottles at Lavenham farmers’ market on Sunday January 28th and at Bury St Edmund’s on February 11th. 

Lisa’s delicious Chinese Dumplings are new to all the farmers markets and really are worth the trip! She makes a range of pork, beef and veggie dumplings that are cooked and just need to be pan fried at home.

As you know, we have a small selection of non food stalls at the markets and this month you’ll find local artist, Lyndsay Maynard at both Lavenham and Sudbury. Lyndsay uses watercolours to paint ducks and chickens on coasters and cheeseboards and they really are stunning! Finally we are chuffed that Sarah Chatterton will be coming to Lavenham on Sunday January 26th with her gorgeous selection of homemade hessian baskets, wooden planters and bird and bug houses! 

What a fantastic selection of new faces to bring in the new year of markets at Suffolk Market Events!