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Long Melford Farmers Market

Long Melford Farmers Market
Start Date: 13 June 2020
Start Time: 9.30am
End Date: 12 December 2020
End Time: 1pm

Long Melford Village Hall (opposite The Bull Hotel), Long Melford, CO10 9JQ

Long Melford farmers' market, held on the second Saturday of every month, takes place in the Village Hall, just off the High Street and really is a great opportunity to meet a wonderful selection of fantastic local producers. 

The market showcases a number of small scale local producers each month including a fabulous selection of fresh fruit and veg from Brook Lynne farm, local pork from Maypole Pork, handmade candles from The White Candle Company, freshly baked cakes and savouries from Alex's Artisan Bakery, a range of jams, chutneys and pickled veg from Karen's Kitchen, lots of spices from The Suffolk Spice Company and beautiful garden plants from The Front Gardeners. We also have a small number of hand made crafts from The Wild Soap Company, Button Love, Gill Hedge Pottery and Shrop Shop.

Everything that is sold at this market will be produced by the person who is selling and all has been produced locally.

Free Entry

Future Dates:
June 13
July 11
August 8
September 12
October 10
November 14
December 12

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