Wickhambrook Farmers Market

website last updated 26 July, 2012

Wickhambrook Farmers Market

There is an increasing range of speciality foods and we serve unlimited free tea and coffee in the adjoining Centre Cafe to everyone (stallholders and the public) all morning - and for a surprisingly small charge we sell fresh home‐made cakes and scones, and deliciously succulent hot bacon sandwiches and rolls. Call in, especially if you've been to the shop for your Sunday newspaper, and enjoy a free cuppa, a browse round the market goodies and a hot naughty bacon 'breakfast'.

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The cafe offers tea and coffee and hot bacon or sausage sandwiches, egg, bacon, sausage 'n mushroom in a short baguette...

If you are interested in the Farmers Market please call Steve Barker - 01440 786375

The markets are held in the Memorial Social Centre  on the second Sunday each month (10am to 1pm)

MSC Location : CB8 8XR

Farmers Market photos

Farmers Market

Regular Stallholders include

CLAVERING PIGS
“The Best Pork Meat in Suffolk”

‘AS GOOD AS MUM MADE’
Homemade Cakes and Pastries

WYVERSTONE ORGANICS
Eggs – eggs – eggs - and more eggs

HIGHBANK NURSERY
Garden Plants for the Season

McARTHY’S COUNTRY STORES
Homemade Soups, Salads and Bread

TOTHAM BANGERS
Speciality Sausages

SPAYNES HALL FARM
Prime Beef and Lamb

HOUSE OF OTTAVIANO
Italian Pasta and Pasta Products

GALLOPING CHEF
Pork Pies, Sausage Rolls, Cooked Meat Foods

STOUR VALLEY ORGANIC LAVENDER
Lavender Products from Edibles to Cosmetics

LARK VALEY WILLOW
All Willow Products from Hurdles to Baskets

RADWINTER GAME
Fresh Seasonal Game

FELSTAR BREWERY AND VINEYARD
Wines, Ciders, Lagers, Beers – Off Sales

This adds to the fresh seasonal vegetables available from ‘Jo’ (at Joeland, Coltsfoot Green) and the whole range of goods on sale at Wickhambrook Stores on Sunday mornings.

So why not take a Sunday morning stroll for some fresh veg from Jo, pick up a Sunday paper and a few essentials in the shop at Thorns Corner, then finish at the village hall for a browse round the market and to enjoy a friendly cuppa at the café (free on Sunday 10th May).