What's On

Lavenham Farmers' Market

Lavenham Farmers' Market
Start Date: 26 August 2018
Start Time: 10am
End Date: 23 December 2018
End Time: 1.30pm

Lavenham Village Hall, Church Street, Lavenham CO10 9QT

Lavenham Farmers' Market, officially the best market in Suffolk, is held on the fourth Sunday of every month in Lavenham Village Hall.

The market showcases over thirty of the highest quality artisan producers in the region and attracts hundreds of customers through the door each month.

Everything that is sold at the market comes from within a thirty mile radius with many traders living in Lavenham and others travelling from the neighbouring towns and villages of Boxford, Sudbury and Ipswich.

The range of produce includes fresh fruit and vegetables, locally baked, fresh bread, Suffolk beef, pork, lamb and venison, home baked cakes and pies, local eggs, home produced jams, pates and chutneys, and local sausages. We have a great range of garden plants, freshly cut flowers, Suffolk honey, charcuterie and fresh, oven ready game (during the season).

All the food at the market is grown, baked, brewed and butchered by the person who is selling it so that you, the customer can find out everything you want to know before you buy - there are no hidden surprises.

The fantastic kid friendly Farmers’ Cafe serves homemade soup, freshly baked quiche and cakes, Farmers’ Breakfasts & good quality coffee using local products direct from the market traders. We are always looking for new stallholders to join us at Lavenham farmers' market. Pitches cost £25 per month. The market is held inside and we will provide a table and power, if needed. We do try to ensure that all our traders come from within approximately 30 miles of Lavenham but we are always happy to discuss.

Future Lavenham Farmers' Market Dates:

- Sun 26 Aug 2018
- Sun 23 Sep 2018
- Sun 28 Oct 2018
- Sun 25 Nov 2018
- Sun 23 Dec 2018

Free entry & free parking.

Related blog posts

Autumn Wildlife Checklist

With the arrival of autumnal weather, now is the perfect time to experience some of...


Greene King launches brewery website with virtual brewery tour

Greene King has launched a new brewery website with the central feature a 3D virtual...


8 Ways to Welcome Autumn

As we leave the warm, hazy days of summer, thoughts turn to chunky knits, country...


More Events

04 Dec
Carols from Cambridge

Carols from Cambridge

St Mary's Church, Bury St Edmunds

Festive favourites from Selwyn College Choir conducted by Sarah McDonald...

26 Oct
Night of the Skating Dead at CurveMotion

Night of the Skating Dead at CurveMotion

CurveMotion, Lark Valley Business Park, Lamdin Road, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 6LJ

The skating dead have taken over CurveMotion in Bury St Edmunds...

23 Aug
World War I Trail - until November 11

World War I Trail - until November 11

Bury St Edmunds town centre

A stunning and poignant art trail that marks the centenary...