Suffolk Farmers Market returns for the final time this year at the Cattlesheds, Trinity Park with a special festive theme – You’ll find an amazing selection of local producers and makers from 10am until 2pm on Saturday 11th December.
What to look out for?
Sweet treats including Essex Bakery and their delicious brownies, and traybakes and cakes from Alex’s Artisan Bakery plus the ever-popular Norwegian Bakers with their vegan swirls and pastries and Award-winning fudge from Yum Yum Tree with their huge range of flavours or something a little quirkier from Woodlands Bakery. Those with a big appetite or more mouths to feed may like whole cakes from Frosty & Ray or Clarkes Cakes!
Colletts Farm will be selling their local beef, lamb and dairy products, Greenacres will showcase their traditional cuts of pork and there is delicious charcuterie from Dingley Dell plus scrumptious pies from farmers market regular Compleat.
The Cheese and Pie man will be tempting customers with plenty of varieties of cheese, plus olive oil & olives from PG Oils, great local brand Stokes Sauces, local Suffolk honey from Lovelands Honey plus the East Coast Chilli Company will have some hot and even hotter chilli sauces to try out or Mad Mike’s chilli jams may tempt you too!
Fancy a tipple – then there a fantastic range of small batch spirits from Sunrise Spirits, handcrafted gin from Matopos plus cider from the Big Bear Company & local craft ale from Old Felixstowe Brewery and Starwing Brewery plus Ipswich Town FC themed beers from Awaydays, canned cocktails from Niche Cocktails and their range of natural wines from Saltpeter Wines.
Artisan producers Good to Go bring their range of granolas and the Fresh Salt Herb Company with their truly unique range of products plus Harvey & Co bring their very popular fresh sourdoughs and focaccia.
There must be a special mention for local vegan proprietors Hullabaloo who are bringing their special chai and dips as well as newcomers Pure Kombucha with their range of Kombuchas and Le Digestif with delicious homemade kimchi. Hill Farm Oils bring their local oils and mayos and Tuddys have their new range of beef jerky treats.
There are lots of crafters and makers. Painted pebbles from Pebble Hut ; original art and greeting cards from Philly Art plus block printed cards, wrapping paper and lampshades from Charlotte Harwood. Countryside Creations are bringing a range of chopping boards whilst Artipots have wire worked creature as well as bonsai trees plus Japanese kitchen knives from Kin Knives. For some well-earned, self-indulgent treats don’t miss unique clothing from F!ne Apparel, candles from The White Candle Company and Wildbury Company, goats milk soaps from Goat in a Soap, or cushions & accessories from Suffolk Style and fused glass from Little Lime Design Company.
If you want to spoil your four-legged friends, then Hollibels have it all for you! Plus bird food from Hi Biz, Christmas wreath and flowers from Countryside Flower or dried collections from Plants in Equilibrium
Plus there is plenty of onsite refreshment to keep your shopping habits fed – with locally made bacon baps & burgers from BurgerJam, pizza from Bay Tree Pizza, plus really good coffee (hot and iced), tea and Hot Chocolate from the Coffee Station and Crumb & Brew to help you wash down the Churros from Tuk-In Cantina. Look out for Bagel or Biegel with their handmade bagels esp the Salt beef Reuben – they are a firm favourite at the monthly Ipswich Farmers Market plus delicious creamy ice cream and sorbets from Simply Ice Cream.
Suffolk Farmers Market at Trinity Park – the best of local Suffolk produce – a great festive market to stock up on lots of goodies for the Christmas period. This market is a superb showcase for all that is great about our local food & drink – enjoy safe and local shopping at it’s very best.
Saturday 11th December 2021
10am – 2pm
Suffolk Farmers’ Market at Trinity Park, Ipswich
Free Admission & Free Parking
Dogs very welcome