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Markets in Suffolk. Suffolk is famed for it’s farmers markets but to find the best ones to visit check out our What To Do in Suffolk guide. Farmers Markets are a great way to find fantastic local produce direct from the source. Select the category ‘Markets’ and your location in Suffolk to see a list of the closest markets to that location.

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Suffolk People: Talking to Justine Paul from Suffolk Market Events

Suffolk People: Talking to Justine Paul from Suffolk Market Events

Four years ago Justine Paul took over the running of Lavenham Farmers’ Market, which at the time, was a dying rural market. Today it is one of the busiest farmers’ markets in East Anglia with over 1,000 customers coming through the doors each month. As well as running Lavenham Farmers’ Market she also runs markets…

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Suffolk People: Talking to Jac Cassidy from Deben Events

Suffolk People: Talking to Jac Cassidy from Deben Events

Jac Cassidy is an events organiser, who organises markets in various locations across Suffolk under the name of Deben Events. These markets are not your average market though – the emphasis with Jac’s events,  is on keeping things fresh, a bit quirky, sometimes vintage, sometimes contemporary and always high quality. We caught up with Jac…

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    Suffolk People: Talking to Oliver Paul from the Suffolk Food Hall

    Suffolk People: Talking to Oliver Paul from the Suffolk Food Hall

    The smell of freshly baked bread wafts through the building and mixes with the scent of coffee and other delights being prepared on the premises at the Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead. If that does not excite the senses enough, step outside and look at the view towards the stunning Orwell Bridge and the beautiful…

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  • […] to learn to forage for food, butcher your own meat and bake your own a...
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    Framlingham

    Framlingham

    Framlingham Market is a lovely place to start a stay at the cottages.   Framlingham is a delightful and historic town, 15-20 minutes from  the lovely Aldeburgh and Southwold coast, with a fabulous Castle run by English Heritage and an historic church called St Michael’s which contains the wonderful “Norfolk Tombs”. Visit Simon’s Suffolk Churches website for…

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    Moyse’s Hall Museum | Bury St Edmunds

    Moyse’s Hall Museum | Bury St Edmunds

    This building is nearly a thousand years old but still in very good condition, it has been a prominent building on the Market Place since 1180 and has been used as a private house, a gaol, a police station, a workhouse and since 1899 a Museum which shows the history of Suffolk from Prehistoric times…

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