Following its hugely successful pre-Christmas launch, Bury St Edmunds’ new Farmers Market will be back on the Traverse in the centre of town on Sunday, March 12th.
A line-up of the area’s finest producers will be delighting shoppers with their top quality local produce, including Wooster’s Bakery who will be showcasing their brand new ‘Bury Loaf’ especially created for the farmers market, The Beehouse Honey Company will be back with their Bury St Edmunds honey as well as The New England Boar Company, Truly Traceable Pies, Casey’s cakes and new stalls selling traditional English puddings, Suffolk pork and gluten free products from Madame Sunshine.
Everything that is sold will have been produced by the person selling at the market giving the customer the opportunity to meet the producer face to face, with the vast majority based within a 30 mile radius of the town. Nothing will have travelled further than 50 miles so it really is buying local at its best!
The December market resulted in an overwhelmingly positive response from locals, visitors, traders and shop owners and we are delighted that the market will be returning on the second Sunday of every month from 10am – 4pm.
See you on The Traverse on Sunday March 12th we can’t wait!!