All our markets and events showcase the very best producers and makers from across East Anglia. We are so lucky to live in a region that is so rich in produce and craft and we are proud to be able to hold markets in some truly beautiful locations. Read on to find out more about where our markets are held.
Bury St Edmunds Farmers Market is located on The Traverse, one of the oldest streets in this beautiful market town. Held on the second Sunday of every month showcasing a fabulous line up of more than thirty of the region’s very best local producers.
Our Spring & Autumn Craft Markets are held in Clare Town Hall in Suffolk’s smallest town where we fill this gorgeous venue with East Anglia’s very best crafters and makers and a Pop Up Café that has gained a seriously good reputation! At the current time, due to Covid, we have had to postpone our Craft Markets but we are hoping to be back in Clare in October.
On Church Street, to the east of Balkerne Hill lies the former church St Mary at the Walls, now Colchester Arts Centre, home to an array of varied entertainment from live music to comedy events and on the first Friday of every month the venue is crammed with our monthly farmer’s market!
Sadly due to Covid and social distancing, the Arts Centre is currently closed but as soon as the venue can safely reopen, we will bring the farmers market back to town again!
Our Summer and Christmas Markets are held in the picturesque village of Dedham, right in the heart of Constable Country where we fill the Assembly Rooms with East Anglia’s very best crafters and makers and a Pop Up Café that has gained a seriously good reputation! At the current time, due to Covid, we have had to postpone our Craft Markets but we are hoping to be back in Dedham as soon as possible.
We are so excited to be heading to the beach this year! Our new site is located next to the brand new (and very cool!) Beach Street at Manning’s on the Waterfront in Felixstowe.
Introduction text: Lavenham Farmers Market, officially the best farmers market in Suffolk, is held on the fourth Sunday of every month and is currently held entirely outside Lavenham Village Hall in the surroundings of one of Britain’s best preserved medieval villages.
Held both outside on Market Hill and inside St Peter’s this farmers market showcases a fantastic range of the very best, fresh, local produce and a small selection of hand-produced crafts.