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Remember Bury Farmers Market is this Sunday 16th April

Just a reminder to everyone that our regular farmers market in Bury St Edmunds is on Sunday 16th April this month – not Sunday 9th April as this clashes with Easter Sunday.

As always we will have over 30 artisan producers ready for you – a week later than usual but everything will be just as fresh!

See you then

10am – 3pm, The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds.

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See you in Bury this Sunday

Looking forward to seeing you at Bury St Edmunds this week where we will have an excellent line up of local artisan producers.

As always we will have great street food including Bagel & Beigel and Mena’s Indian Street Food. Local veg is provided by Sunshine & Green, local fresh meat from Colletts Farm, Bay Tree Farm are back with their fresh game plus we have fish from The Norfolk Smokehouse. There’s plenty of honey options from Beehouse Honey and jams/chutneys from Karen’s Kitchen plus local favourites Woosters are there with their breads, sourdoughs and pastries. Hoskyn’s bring their delicious home-made pies and a range of regional cheeses. We have a range of spirits and liquers from The English Distillery and local craft ale from Artefact Brewery or cider from Brooks & Conquest.

This month Myshroom returns with a range of mushroom growing kits free plus our regular favourite Norwegian Bakery and their vegan pastries. Treat yourself with some indulgent sweet options with Woodrow Chocolates or some cakes and bakes from Casey Cakes & Alex’s Artisan Bakery

Plus look out for some local crafts including candles from The White Candle Company, soaps from Goat in a Soap and flowers from Fen Flora.

Sunday 11th December 10am – 3pm

The Traverse

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Spring to Bury on Sunday!

Here’s hoping for some spring weather this Sunday as we’re back on The Traverse in the heart of Bury St Eds.

As always we will have over 30 artisan producers with local food and drink – no long supply lines or international travel – just tasty local produce from traders who value quality and seasonality.

Look out for Compleat and their range of home made pies and regional cheeses, tasty vegan pastries from Norwegian Bakers, vegan donuts from Doodle Donuts or brownies and cakes from Alex Artisan Bakery. There’s baureki or baklava from Borakis and olives and oils from PG Oils, fresh and smoked fish from The Norfolk Smokehouse plus samosa and paneers from Mena. Woosters bring their freshly baked range of bread, croissants and sourdoughs, fresh veg comes from Sunshine and Green plus local beef, lamb and cow’s milk is provided by Colletts Farm. There’s preserves, chutneys and pickles from Karen’s Kitchen and chilli jams from Mad Mike. Xocolate by Louis launches his new range of chocolates and Yum Yum Tree Fudge come with their wonderful selection of local fudge. Burger Jam will have their bacon rolls and delicious burgers available all day as will Bagel and beigel with their bagel selection. Wash it all down with some local craft ale from Artefact Brewery or cider from Brooks & Conquest. As always there will be some arts and crafts including soaps and candles, plus bring your dogs as Sniffe & Likkit will have plenty of treats for your four legged friends!

Sunday 10th April

10am – 3pm.

Free parking in Bury till 1pm

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Bury St Eds Farmers Market this Sunday

Our popular farmers market on The Traverse in the heart of Bury St Eds returns for the first time this year on Sunday.

Our regular artisan producers are all lined up to offer you their best local produce – fresh with very few food miles.

As it is February and we’re all past `Dry January’ let’s start with Artefact Brewery, award winning company from Ixworth, who will be showing off their delicious local craft ale, likewise Brooks & Conquest will have their local cider and not forgetting Dalham Mill Company who will have their craft gin to tempt you.

Colletts Farm has their longhorn beef, pork and lamb as well as delicious fresh raw milk, Norfolk Smokehouse has fresh and smoked fish plus plenty of organic veg from Sunshine & Green from Cavendish. There’s pies and regional cheeses from Compleat, jams and chutneys from Karen’s Kitchen, honey from BeeHouse, chilli jam from Mad Mikes, oils from PG Oils and a wonderful range of spices from the Suffolk Spice Company.

If you’re peckish then there are plenty of treats on hand from Mena with her samosa and paneers, fresh bagels from Bagel & Beigel, burgers (meat & vegan) from Burger Jam, Doodle Donuts, fresh breads and pastries from Wooster’s Bakery plus more treats from Alex Artisan Bakery, Casey’s Cakes and Norwegian Bakers. Your four legged friends don’t miss out either with lots of treats and accessories from Hollibels.

We will have a number of crafts stalls including the White Candle Company, jewellery from Zebra Culture and the Suffolk Silver Spoon Company and eco products from LadyBirdStitches.

We’ll be there from 10am – 3pm and don’t forget there is free parking in Bury till 1pm

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Final farmers market of the year in Bury this Sunday

We are back in Bury St Edmund’s this Sunday, December 12th, for the last Farmers Market in Bury until February! Come along and enjoy shopping with all your favourites from 10am until 3pm. Please note the council are running a market in town this Sunday so parking on the Buttermarket and Cornhill are closed.

Probably best to park in The Arc and walk down. The farmers market is in the usual location on The Traverse and will stretch from Croasdales Chemist to The Nutshell Pub. See you on Sunday. x

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We’re in Bury on Sunday!

It’s another farmers market in Bury St Edmunds this Sunday and we have a wonderful range of local artisan producers as always. Look out for some real treats including Colletts Farm with Longhorn beef and raw milk, Greenacres with local pork, Sunshine and Green with local veg from Cavendish and game from Bay Tree Farm. Homemade pies from Compleat may hit the mark as well as their range of local cheeses plus Woosters breads and sourdoughs. Bagel & Beigel are back with their tasty range of bagels as are Burger Jam and their delicious burgers. Something sweeter perhaps? – then there are traybakes from Alex Artisan Bakery and fine chocolates from Tempered Peach. Wash it all down with craft ale from Artefact or cider from Brooks & Conquest or perhaps something a little stronger from English Distillery! There will be over 35 stalls waiting for you from 10am on Sunday – don’t forget parking is free in Bury until 1pm so bring the whole family and dogs are very welcome – there’s even a special stall for them!

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All Sunshine on Sunday in Bury St Eds!

We are back in Bury St Edmund’s this Sunday with our gorgeous Farmers Market and Sunshine & Green will have an amazing late summer harvest of the very best, just cut, local veggies. The market is located on The Traverse, IP33 1BJ, from 10am to 3pm and this month we have 33 of the best, small scale, local producers and makers joining us so please come along and enjoy a September Sunday shopping in the fresh air (yep, that’s tricky to say!!)

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Fresh and local at Bury St Eds this Sunday

This Sunday we are back in Bury St Edmund’s with our gorgeous monthly farmers market. We have a few Guest Producers joining us and we are delighted to welcome back our fantastic new veggie grower, Sunshine and Green, owned by Greg who sows, grows, weeds, cuts, harvests and packs everything on his 4 acre patch in Cavendish. Come along and meet him on The Traverse this Sunday where his stall will be filled with his harvest, cut on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Produce will include Runner Beans, Tomatoes, Little Gem Lettuce, Courgettes, Carrots, Purple Cauliflowers, Broccoli, Peppers, Chilli’s, Chard and New Potatoes. The market starts at 10am til 3pm on The Traverse, IP33 1BJ. Dogs are very welcome.

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Bury St Edmunds Farmers Market named one of the best in UK

The access to local and fresh food has come under severe focus during the pandemic and limited supplies due to Brexit. We’re delighted that a national newspaper has highlighted our farmers market in Bury as one of the leading markets in the country, noting the high quality and range of produce as well as the close provenance of much of the traders.

Take a look at the article by clicking here – although be advised there may be a paywall.

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Funky Chocolates in Bury!

Things are getting funky in Bury this Sunday – check out these amazing chocolates handmade by Tempered Peach who will be joining the farmers market from May.

Look out for other favourites returning including re-cycled wooden crafts from ComfyBe, candles from the White Candle Company and the unique Goat in a Soap as well as a brand new cheese stall from ComplEat.