Category: Farmer’s markets
There is nothing quite like wrapping up warm and wandering around a beautiful Christmas market, hot drink in hand, and this Friday sees the return of the annual – and every popular – Deepdale Christmas Market, with over 120 local artisans and producers battling for you attention with something for every budget, every present list and every taste.
If you haven’t been to the Deepdale Christmas Market before, you’ll be surprised to see how the small village of Burnham Deepdale – which has just 30 permanent residents – has become home to one of the East of England’s best festive markets.
You’ve got to love a farmers’ market – from the cheap coffee and bacon sandwiches to walk around with to stall upon stall of loveliness (be it shiny fruit and veg or homemade pork pies), it’s a great morning out. And even if you don’t buy anything, taking the time to walk around a farmer’s market is showing your support for local produce – and the local community.
Loddon Farmers’ Market, in the beautiful village of Loddon in south Norfolk, runs on the second and fourth Saturday of each month in the Jubilee Hall, a small building with its own car park.
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